When comparing QSnipps vs Codeit, the Slant community recommends QSnipps for most people. In the question“What is the best code-snippets manager?” QSnipps is ranked 24th while Codeit is ranked 25th.
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Pro Not a bad UI
Pro Free and open source
Source code is available on Github.
Pro Supports a lot of languages
Pro Easy to setup
Codeit is really quick to load and pretty simple in terms of UI, so setup is a minute max. It's a web app, so it weighs nothing on your phone too.
Pro Live view
If you're editing a site and want to see how it looks, you can swipe up from the bottom edge and see it live, without any hosting, you can share these previews as well.
Codeit is available on Windows and macOS/iOS as well as Linux and Android, and looks the same on all platforms. The editor is pretty simple and you don't have to get used to new code editors every time you swap platforms.
Pro Supports 200 languages
Con Seldom updated or improved
There are no frequent updates/improvements.
Con Tag support is squirrly
You can add tags, but there's no auto-complete when you're filling them in, so you can easily make sure you're adding to the same tag(s) that already exist.
Con ZERO Support
Any and all messages sent to the developer go straight to DEV>NULL.
Con NEVER updated anymore
Missing many newer languages. (I'd go as far as to say it's abandonware).
Con No Linux version
There is no Linux version of the software.
Con No multiple accounts
It would be useful to add more than one Git host account to Codeit.