Demo 10: Snippets for Code Segment Sharing
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Welcome back. In this demonstration we'll take a quick look at Bitbucket Snippets. So, for starters, let's navigate into our repository, CADemo3. Then, we'll click the create button. This time, we'll create a snippet. So, snippets are useful for sharing code segments, and/or files, within your team, or just for yourself. So, we'll give our snippet a title. In this case, we're going to call it Dotnet Startup Script. From the title, as you guessed, it's going to store some Dotnet code. So, we'll jump over to our Finder, and I'm in a Dotnet core project that I've previously created, and I can simply drag and drop. I can drag multiple files. And then Bitbucket will actually detect the syntax, or the language, of the file, and then will conveniently colorize the code for us. So you can see here, we've got our two files, Startup.cs, which is a C# file, and it's been detected as such.
Likewise, with our Program.cs C# file. So again, under settings we can specify it to be created under a particular Bitbucket user. In this case, myself, and we'll set the repository type to use Git, and we'll change the permissions to private. Clicking the create snippet button simply creates our snippet. So that's now available, and we can edit. So, we'll give it a constructor... ...note. And we can save. Now we can look at revisions. Here we can see that latest revision, we made a change. We added a Dotnet comment. So, that covers snippets. An easy way to share code segments with the wider team. Okay, that completes this demo, go ahead and close it, and we'll see you in the next one.
Jeremy is a Content Lead Architect and DevOps SME here at Cloud Academy where he specializes in developing DevOps technical training documentation.
He has a strong background in software engineering, and has been coding with various languages, frameworks, and systems for the past 25+ years. In recent times, Jeremy has been focused on DevOps, Cloud (AWS, GCP, Azure), Security, Kubernetes, and Machine Learning.
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