Join Ray Villalobos for an in-depth discussion in this video Snippets, part of Learning Atom.
- [Instructor] Another cool feature of Atom is that…you can create your own snippets,…and they're going to be available on every document,…or every specific type of document.…So snippets are this feature where you can…have shortcuts that you can type in.…So if we type in UL and then TAB,…it's going to give you the beginning and ending tag.…So you can create your own version of those.…To do that, I'm going to go to the Atom Menu…and select snippets.…You may find that in the File Menu, on a PC.…And you may see a list of Commented-out snippets in here.…
Mine is empty because I've been playing…around with my Settings file.…But to create a snippet there's actually a…snippet for that.…And so if you type in SNI you'll see that.…You will get a snippet,…for creating a snippet.…So if we hit TAB there,…you'll see that the first thing you need to know…about snippets is that they each have a context.…So in this case, it's targeting the source.js context.…
- Downloading and installing Atom
- Managing tabs and panes
- Managing and folding content
- Changing text
- Working with selections
- Customizing Atom packages
- Customizing themes
- Paid coding with Atom Teletype
- Working with the Atom IDE
- Installing useful packages
- Integrating Atom with Git and GitHub
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Using the Atom Interface
2. Using Editing Features
3. Customizing Atom
4. Working with Packages
5. Using Git and GitHub with Atom
Working with GitHub6m 49s
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