Snipt Helps Programmers Share Code Snippets. Snipt is a web service that attempts to solve a simple problem: storing commonly used snippets of code, and sharing them with your fellow coders.
It seems to do that pretty well, with lots of good options for storing and sharing. Better yet, it has its Snipt API so coders can use this simple storage engine within their own programs. As they say on their site: So, what exactly is Snipt good for? It’s good for storing small pieces of code or commands that you use rather frequently, and will probably forget.
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