Web Snippets in SnipAway

Future Globe
Jan 31, 2019 · 2 min read

In this Blog we will introduce Web Snippets, an awesome feature of SnipAway. As of Version 1.1.8 there are 2 types of snippet in SnipAway. The first one is the normal code snippet you already are familiar with. The second one is called Web Snippet. This special snippet type is structured the same way as a normal code snippet. But there is one difference, instead of showing you the code of the snippet it loads a website or URL. The way you create a Web Snippet is very easy. First of you create a snippet as you would do normally, then you click on the web snippet button in the snippet action bar. Then you will need to enter a URL. This URL will be used to load the Web Snippet Content. Easy right?

Here is a quick example on how to create a Web Snippet:

Example of creating a Web Snippet for the Java SE Documentation

You can for example use Web Snippets to save:

  • Documentations
  • Useful Stackoverflow Posts
  • Useful Web Tools
  • YouTube Videos about a problem

etc.

Basically you can save every website or document on the web you want. This allows you to easily find the right documents or tools on the web you use daily.

Here are more examples of how a Web Snippet can be used:

We hope you liked our quick overview of Web Snippets in SnipAway. Make sure to download the app here.

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