Cacher is the code snippet organizer for pro developers. It is a cross-platform, cloud-based app used to curate a snippet library for you and your team.
This package offers Cacher users the ability to perform popular actions on their personal and team snippet libraries from within the editor.
Demo of finding and inserting a Cacher snippet:
Install the Cacher for Atom package using apm:
apm install cacher
Once Atom has loaded, you will be prompted to setup Cacher. Click the Setup Cacher button. (You can also start the setup wizard by using the Cacher: Setup command.)
In the prompt to "Enter Cacher Credentials", click the Open Cacher link to view your API credentials. You can also navigate to the page via: app.cacher.io/enter?action=view_api_creds
From the popped up webpage, sign up or sign in as a Cacher user.
Once you are signed in, you should see a dialog on the top-right corner with your API KEY and API TOKEN values.
Back in Atom, enter your API key and token from step 5 into the prompt.
You're all set! Open the Command Palette and type in Cacher: Find Snippet to search for a snippet from your Cacher libraries.
Find a snippet from your personal and team Cacher libraries. Searches across snippets' title, description and file content.
Once you've found what you're looking for, you'll see buttons in the footer to:
Create a snippet from either the text selection or the entire file (no selection). The command opens up a prompt for you to choose:
Reload your Cacher snippets. Do this once you've made a change to your snippets outside of Atom.
The package auto-refreshes once every hour.
Kick off the setup wizard to authenticate your Cacher account. Run this command if you need to switch users.
Right-click on an active editor to bring up Cacher context menu actions:
The Cacher for Atom package is available for registered users on a Pro/Team plan. For a 14-day free Team trial, sign up at app.cacher.io.
Find help articles and file support tickets: support.cacher.io
Initial release of Cacher for Atom package.
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