Snipplr Launches New Design
We’re proud to announce the launch of the new Snipplr website. The website was redesigned by Shelly Dennison and Scott Holdren, Jason Tan and Trey Piepmeier had a hand in transitioning the website to the new design.
The website has come a long way since Tyler Hall first built it. In the beginning, Snipplr was called Caffeine and it looked like a bare bones Web application from 37 Signals.
Since then, it’s come a long way. The new website has several new features, including the ability to expand the code view. The search has also been completely overhauled and works much better than the last version of the website.
We have some very big features that we’re planning to introduce later this year. Subscribe to our blog and also our Twitter account to keep up with the latest Snipplr news, including beta announcements.
Thanks to everyone who has contributed code snippets to Snipplr over the years. You are what makes Snipplr so great.