3 Ways to Share Snippets on Twitter


If you want to share code snippets with your friends on twitter, here are some 3 ways to share snippets on twitter. Snippets is a programming term for a small region of re-usable source code, machine code or text. We have already seen more than 65+ tools to share images, musics, files, documents, videos on twitter.

Before getting into the topic, a quick update on the tools to share on twitter

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Why should you use these tools to share snippets on twitter ? Suppose, if you face a lengthy error message or in need of a quick solution in your programming ? then leaving a shout on twitter by sharing your error message will make a friend to help you out. So, here are some 3 ways to share snippets on twitter.

1. Pastebin

Pastebin is a popular application which allows users to paste text snippets. You don’t need registration etc. Just hit pastebin, paste the code and share the url (http://pastebin.com/zRR6AA20) on twitter.

2. Pastie.org

Same like pastebin, all you need to do is just paste the code in the box and get the url. One important feature in pastie is, when you select the code language, it automatically formats colors according to the programming language.

3. Pastry.se

Another web application that allows users to upload snippets and share it on twitter.

All these services are not built specially for twitter, but they are great way to share snippets on twitter. If you know more services to share snippets on twitter, do share it with us.

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  1. That something I really need as I recently started to practice PHP again. This will help me to share problematic code with other PHP expert.

  2. Organica says:

    Sharing a snippet in Twitter in a simple manner would be very hard. Thanks to your list of tools now it can be done easily

  3. Will check it bro, i hv “connected feedburner to twitter” to post snippet of latest blog with goo.gl alias. Thanks

  4. Shiva | Web Magazine says:

    This is something pretty interesting. I have never used Twitter to share codes but seeing this list and the fantastic tools. I probably will try it now

  5. Another site to add up to the list, this is my friend’s site TinyBin :-) chk that !

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