Snipplr Extras - Plugins and Downloads
Snipplr was designed to make storing and sharing code snippets easy. That's why we have an open API which lets other websites and applications hook into Snipplr. I've put together a few plugins already. One for TextMate, another for WordPress, and a couple bookmarklets. I hope they'll not only be useful to you, but also be good examples to show what's possible so you can build and share your own plugins. If you create a new plugin and send it in, we'll post it on the website!
The TextMate bundle lets you insert snippets and post new snippets from within TextMate - you never have to open your browser. This lets you get the info you need and keep working without interrupting your workflow. More...
Displaying code inside your blog is never easy. It's tedious to input and the formatting is always a pain to work with. The Snipplr WordPress plugin solves this problem. Just type
[snippet=id] in your blog post and the plugin will automatically grab your source code from Snipplr. It'll even highlight it for you. More...
Snippets is an application for Mac OS X that stores the most valuable pieces of your code you can re-use in different projects many times. As part of its functionality, Snippets App includes a support for special plugins named Scrippets. More...
Firefox and Safari Bookmarklets
Ever find a cool piece of code you want to remember while surfing the web? You could save the entire page to del.icio.us, or you can save the code straight into Snipplr with one click. To use them, just follow the directions on the right side of this page. Here's a video showing how they work. View the screencast.
Gedit Snipplr Plugin
Snipplr API for PHP
Snipplr Ruby Gem — Command Line Interface (CLI)
IntelliJ IDEA Plugin for Snipplr
A plugin that allow the user to get and add code to the Snipplr, written by Rayala Udayakumar. More information