An Electron app for keeping the small coding notes you always forget.
There are certain concepts, algorithms or methods that you use infrequently enough to the point where you never commit it to memory and have to look it up everytime. Cheat Sheet solves the problem of not having to go to StackOverflow or Google to find the same code snippet or tutorial repeatedly. With Cheat Sheet you can create, sort and tag little "cheats" for easy lookup right on your desktop.
Cheat Sheet is built on GitHub's Electron framework, so it runs on Windows, Linux and Mac OS X.
Adding or Editing a Cheat
Filtering with tags
Download and Install
To download Cheat Sheet, go to the Releases tab and grab the latest binary for your platform. Simply unzip the files to your directory of choice and start using it.
License and Contribute
Cheat Sheet is free and open source. Feel free to fork and contribute back to the project.
The MIT License (MIT)
Copyright © 2015 Tim Ojo
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