Visual Studio provides a new feature called code snippets. You can use code snippets to type a short alias, and then expand it into a common programming construct. For example, thefor code snippet creates an empty for loop. Some code snippets are surround-with code snippets, which enable you to select lines of code, then choose a code snippet which will incorporate the selected lines of code. For example, selecting lines of code then activating the for code snippet creates afor loop with those lines of code inside the loop block. Code snippets can make writing program code quicker, easier, and more reliable. Certain code snippets are built into visual studio.
Snipper is a tool to create custom code snippets for visual studio. You can use this to create sections of code that you use quite often and save then as snippets to make writing of code easier, neater and less hectic.
Minimum System requirements:
You can get the previous releases of Snipper here.
N.B. I will be uploading a video about how to use this tool shortly for those who find it difficult to use the GUI. If you find a feature difficult, just hover over the button beside the field. For more details refer to theCode Snippets Schema Reference.