Share My Creation [B4X] [TOOL][SOURCE] lm Snippets Manager

I definitely want to speed up the development of my softwares; I decided to develop a very useful snippets manager.

Although the main purpose is to have all your snippets at your fingertips, saved in a local db, cataloged and easy to find, I have also added the possibility of inserting those that are on b4x.com and also a link to their page.

I am sure that it will also be of use to all the members of our beautiful community.

I'll fill it with my own snippets, as I'm sure you will too, but also the best and most useful ones that are on site.

Version 2.2.0 - Added "wildcards" to filter for snippet name. Also added ToolTipTexts. See post #86.

Version 2.1.0 - Added a very useful list of most recent snippets used (window always on top). See post #40.

Ready 2.0.0 version, which implements the feature shown in
post #34, code highlighting (which had a hard to solve bug).

Source code - Min. donation: 16 euros.




Made with love in B4X... of course!!!
 
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Xfood

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I am not bothering you, but just noticed that I cannot create a separate * .exe with your program.
sorry, what method are you using to create an exe? which version of java do you use? if you want help, the community here is always willing to help, just give some more information.
 

LucaMs

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Licensed User
Hello Luca, I want to create a build standalone package and I get an error message. What can I do?

B4X:
'#JavaCompilerPath: 14, C:\jdk-14.0.1\bin\javac.exe
'#JavaCompilerPath: 8, C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.8.0_202\bin\javac.exe
#JavaCompilerPath: 11, C:\Program Files\Java\jdk-11.0.11\bin\javac.exe
'#JavaCompilerPath: 14, D:\B4J\SnippetManager\jdk-14.0.2_windows-x64_bin\jdk-14.0.2\bin\javac.exe
You've tried OpenJDK 14.0.2, which doesn't seem to work well.
Download OpenJDK 14.0.1 and unzip its contents like in this line:
B4X:
#JavaCompilerPath: 14, C:\jdk-14.0.1\bin\javac.exe
and it will work.
(DO NOT use Windows unzipper, use 7-zip - or WinRar but haven't tried it)
 
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aeric

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Licensed User
Hi @LucaMs , I am interested on how you develop with B4J to produce the UI for this product. Such as how to create a theme button, shadow textfield, table view, etc. My wish is you can create some B4J tutorial/video to teach me how to do it.
 

LucaMs

Expert
Licensed User
to teach me how to do it.
I would first have to find someone to teach it to me 😄

I'm not very organized, in the sense that I don't have any particular personal tools or methods to create the graphical interface and I don't automatically apply some theme, I just set shadows and outlines directly in the Designer.

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Then it's easy to copy and paste buttons, textfields, ... into other layouts (even easier to duplicate them in the same layout by pressing CTRL + D)


The only "special" thing is the DBSearchView, my modified version of an Erel view, SearchView.
 
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aeric

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Licensed User
I would first have to find someone to teach it to me 😄

I'm not very organized, in the sense that I don't have any particular personal tools or methods to create the graphical interface and I don't automatically apply some theme, I just set shadows and outlines directly in the Designer.

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Then it's easy to copy and paste buttons, textfields, ... into other layouts (even easier to duplicate them in the same layout by pressing CTRL + D)


The only "special" thing is the DBSearchView, my modified version of an Erel view, SearchView.
Thanks. I found it. The property was collapsed. Now I see it.
 
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