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Sublime text snippets for Core dna

This a library of useful snippets created for integrating and building for Core dna

To Install

Option 1: Package Control

On Mac press Cmd+Shift+P or on PC press Ctrl+Shift+P. Then type 'Install' then press enter to see a list of packages. Search for 'Core dna snippets' then press enter to install.

Option 2: Manual

Clone this repo into your sublime text packages directory git clone https://github.com/bwiredagency/core_dna_snippets.git

Directories can be found here

nix: /home/<YourUsername>/.config/sublime-text-3/Packages/User/

Windows: C:/Users/<YourUsername>/AppData/Roaming/Sublime Text 3/Packages/User

How to Use

While you have a html document open type the snippet you would like to use for example assign and the press tab, the resulting code will echo

<{assign var=variable_name value=value }>

You can cycle through variables by pressing tab again.

To view a full list of all the available snippets press ctrl+shift+p and type in Core dna