The exact syntax of code can be difficult for developers to
remember. It is more important for developers to focus on the
features code can create, rather than obsessing over the nuances
of the code itself. Can any developers out there relate to the
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Introducing Snippets, a web app where users can sign in, create
“snippets” of data defined with tags, and search through them!
Full CRUD: Create, read, update, and delete snippets.
Tab-autocompletion: Press tab to confirm tag suggestion.
Shift-tag-selection: Press shift to loop through matching tags.
Image support: During snippet creation, the text field supports
Some apps like Google Keep or iMessage do not support text
styling. As a result, some people like to use unicode to 'style'
their text in those apps. Their process is to copy a word from,
say, Google Keep, paste that into a text-converter website, and
copy the unicoded result.
When using normal plain-text-to-unicode converters, it takes too
many clicks to replace the clipboard's text contents with unicode!
Just take a look below at the steps they would have to take, and
imagine duplicating those steps for every word they want to style!
Steps for Other Text-Convertor Websites
A user must select the style they want
A user must paste in the plain text
Click plain-text-field, Right-click > paste
A user must copy the unicode text
Click unicode-field, Ctrl + A, Right-click > copy
Introducing Plain-Text-to-Unicode, a website where users can
replace their clipboard's plain text contents with unicode with
ONE CLICK on a style! (Just be sure
to select the checkbox option first!)