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Stop reinventing the wheel - be more productive with SnippetsLab. SnippetsLab is an easy-to-use snippets manager. It helps you to collect and organize valuable code snippets and makes sure that you have easy access to them whenever you want. Features • Beautiful user interface with 12 beautiful themes • Syntax highlighting for over 380 languages • Markdown snippets (edit & preview), with all languages and LaTeX support • Create nested folders, Smart Groups, and shortcuts • Add notes & tags to a snippet • Include multiple fragments in a single snippet (useful when one snippet logically consists of multiple separate "parts," such as a header and an implementation, or different solutions to one problem; every fragment under one snippet can have its own language and note) • Multiple windows & pin individual window at the top of the screen • Use advanced search (search by folder/tags/languages) to find your snippets instantly • Use iCloud to synchronize your database ​across multiple devices • Export the library to JSON, XML or plain text files • Use the SnippetsLab Assistant to search, browse and create snippets right from the menu bar • Automatic backups to ensure data safety • Support for printing, sharing, macOS Services, Force Touch, etc. Integrations • Data Sync: Customize the library location to use 3rd-party file-based sync services (such as Dropbox or Google Drive). • CodeBox: Import from CodeBox Library (.cbxml) files • Gist: Import from GitHub Gist & publish your snippets as gists. SnippetsLab supports both and GitHub Enterprise accounts (Note: Two-way sync is not supported.) • Alfred Custom Search: Start searching from Alfred using the “snippetslab://search/{query}” URL scheme • Alfred Workflow: Search and view the results directly in Alfred, open them in SnippetsLab, copy to clipboard or paste to the frontmost app (Note: Alfred Powerpack is required to use the workflow) Supported Languages For a complete list of all 380+ supported languages, please visit: