From GhostCMS to Hugo - Snipline's New Blog
If you’re reading this then you’re seeing the new Snipline blog website! The blog looks mostly the same as it’s using the delightful Casper theme, so why move systems? Benefits of GhostCMS GhostCMS is quite simply a fantastic blogging platform. I love the interface and it doesn’t try to be something more than that (Looking at you, WordPress). The documentation is good, there are plenty of themes, and most importantly it’s open source and self-hostable for free.
Snipline 0.7.0 Released
In this release, we have better searching capabilities, tagging snippets, password generators, and much more. Snipline is an app for organising and copying commands as efficiently as possible. If you’re just hearing about Snipline now, checkout our homepage for a general overview of the app. The new version 0.7.
Free Rsync Command Generator Tool
Rsync Command Generator is a tiny web app for composing rsync commands. What is Rsync? If you haven’t used rsync before then you’re in for a treat. Rsync is a fantastic tool for transferring files between two directories. You can use it for backing up data to external drives, syncing websites from your local computer to a remote server, compare the differences between two directories. The list goes on. ##What Rsync Command Generator does
Snipline CLI 0.3.0 Released - The Biggest Update Yet!
What is Snipline CLI and Snipline?Snipline CLI is an open source command-line application for developers to manage their shell command knowledge base.Snipline is a desktop application which does the same but with a friendly GUI. It supports MacOS, Windows, Linux and the web. Snipline CLI can optionally sync
Snipline 0.9.2 Released
Another bugfix release for Snipline Desktop with the following changes:Command+H on MacOS now hides the current Snipline window.Command+Option+H on MacOS now hides other windows.When inserting a variable in the real command text field the cursor position is now taken into account.
Snipline CLI 0.2.0 released - Create new snippets from the shell
A big update for Snipline CLI released today which includes a few notable changes.New subcommand: snipcli newUsing the new subcommand to create a snippet from NeovimThe new subcommand, snipcli new, lets you to add new snippets from the text editor of your choice. This includes the option to validate
Snipbar released and CLI progress
Snipbar releasedI’m pleased to announce that the second Snipline app, Snipbar, is now available for download. Snipbar is a menu bar app for MacOS with a number of benefits. It’s lightweight (About 5mb at the time of writing!), fast, works with dark-mode, has offline-availability, and a customisable global shortcut. You
March 2019 Update
As you may know, we officially launched Snipline in February 🎉. I want to thank everyone who’s tried the app and especially those who have given feedback. It’s really nice to see others using and enjoying what we have worked so hard on.Recent updates to the desktop appI’ve held off
The road to Snipline
Late last year I came across a product called Inkdrop on Hacker News. There was just one person developing it and he developed it for himself. Takuya Matsuyama and the story of Inkdrop inspired me. It turns out, lots of other people like what he has made, too. People are