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  • Kelly LawrenceKelly Lawrence, 9 years ago (edited 9 years ago )

    For everyday use dev code snippets, I just make actual Sublime Text snippets. For more general use stuff, I use DashExpander for the Mac, and Life Hacker's "Texter" for Windows.

    I have stuff setup like when I type "kak", it types out my email address, or if I type "haveneed", the following sign off for almost all of my client emails is written out.

    If you have any questions, or need anything else, please let me know, and I will get back to you as soon as I can.

    For larger blocks of code and that sort of stuff, I generally just Star things on GitHub. The majority of what I want to use generally has a GitHub repo.

    For anything else, it's a combination of bookmarks and using a single Google Doc to quickly save links between work and home. (I don't sync my home Chrome profile with my work one)

    EDIT: Another useful thing (But only works in DashExpander for the Mac, in my use case anyways) is when I type ".div" anywhere, it's setup to ask me what I want my div class name to be. Then it will output that class name and a set of div tags. So I can easily place

    in my dev tools, without having to type it all out!
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