Command-line snippet organizer for power users
Snipline is a developer tool for organizing shell commands
Website is clean ๐Ÿงน and well designed ๐ŸŽจ
Two thumbs up for app usefulness ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘
App is regularly updated ๐Ÿ”ฅ
You can help to improve the product ๐Ÿ‘‡
  • Q1: What are your first impressions?
    ARMiedema ARMiedema

    My first impressions looking at your home page

    • First thing I notice is the 'Command-line snippetโ€ฆ " headline due to the large font and lime green background
    • The CTA in the header and in the heroic banner come in very clearly
    • I must say, I really like the color pallete
    • At this point, I already want to download the app - not because I am a "power user" but because I hate using the terminal / command line so if I can do some shortcut commands easy enough, then that speaks to me
    • I like the pricing page, nice and simple; the name your price is interesting - I'd like to know the results!
    • I really like the site - looks professional, good use of using the voids, responds wells, easy to navigate, get's to the point
  • Q2: What are the first actions you take?
    ARMiedema ARMiedema

    Mainly to go for the free trial as even not being a command line power user, I use enough to desire a solution that manages commands I use often so that they are easy to find and use

  • Q3: What was your journey navigating the site like? Does the flow make sense?
    ARMiedema ARMiedema

    Navigation make sense. The app is also very intuitive and well documented.

  • Q4: Who do you believe the target audience is?
    ARMiedema ARMiedema

    People that use command line interface often

  • Q5: Do you find the product desirable?
    ARMiedema ARMiedema

    Yes - as previously mentioned, I'm probably not the target audience but I still use command line enough to feel the need.

  • Q6: What would you change about the website?
    ARMiedema ARMiedema

    This is such a well done site that honestly I have little feedback that I think would make any difference. Great job! (and, great app!)

  • Q7: What would you change about the app?
    ARMiedema ARMiedema

    In terms of the app, and keeping in mind I'm not a terminal power user, some feature request I have is ability to add in alias / exports - such as update the bashrc file for me. Another feature request would be to be able to call the shortcuts from within terminal without having to copy/paste from the app - or to click on the item and have it inserted into the terminal - not sure if that is possible but would be great.