TagMyCode plugin for NetBeans has been published

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The first TagMyCode plugin for IDE was finally released.

Before today you could use the Google Chrome extension to save your snippets outside the website, now after a hard work to improve the API we are happy to announce the release of a new plugin. We have chosen NetBeans (versions 7.4 and 8.0) as a test case that implements the “Create snippet” feature.

You can install the plugin directly from NetBeans (go to Tools > PluginsAvailable Plugins, click Check for Newest, select TagMyCode and Install) or download it from PluginPortal.

After the authorization you can create a snippet of the current opened file by clicking the toolbar button or via the context menu. You can also save a portion of the code simply selecting the code you want to save and then right click and “Create new snippet…”.
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All suggestions are welcome.

4 comments

  1. That’s very nice and definitely a step into the right direction! However, without the ability to list and insert snippets into the Netbeans code editor, it’s not really all that useful 🙁

    1. Thank you for your comment Fab.

      As you said this is the first step to integrate TagMyCode into NetBeans. Next features will be the listing/search and the ability to reuse snippets in code editor.

  2. I discovered this website because of the netbeans plugin. I’m very impressed so far, and looking forward to the future features you mentioned.

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