I’m pleased to announce that the results are in, and the ten winners are:
- Scott Cormier
- Dominik Porada
- Dan P
- Anders Adamsson
- John Einselen
- Josh Boulton
- oykun yilmaz
Congratulations to the lucky winners, and sorry to those who missed out. Remember, our wallpaper competition is still open over at PSDtuts+, so head over there to try your hand at graphic design!
In case you missed our review, we found Snippet to be an incredibly handy tool for anyone who needs to use the same piece of code or text on a regular basis. It sports a sleek interface, and can be controlled completely via the keyboard.
Entering is simple. All you need to do is:
- Post a link to this competition – either on your website, or via Twitter
- Leave a comment, letting me know where you posted the link!
The competition will run for one week, and we’ll randomly select the ten winners on Thursday 20th August. Good luck, and be sure to follow us on Twitter or subscribe to the RSS feed to find out if you’re a winner!
Various applications exist for helping programmers maintain a list of commonly used code samples – some are stand alone, others integrated into popular software such as Coda. Today I will be exploring Snippet – a great looking Mac application that allows you to store notes and snippets of code and search through them quickly.
Snippet covers all the basics, coupled with a range of advanced functionality: searching, syncing, and a remarkably pleasant user interface. This review will walk you through how to add and search snippets, explain the drawbacks, and offer a few more details about our forthcoming competition to win a copy.