Snippely is an Adobe AIR based app. I don’t know how this app came into my sight, it’s just there, awaiting me to explore its advantages. It does help, especially when you have lots of code snippets to organize.
As you can see, the UI is simple and easy to use. The snippets are organized in groups. Code highlight is also supported if you choose the right type of your content. Actually, I install the Adobe AIR platform all because of Snippely. Below is the description by the author:
Snippely is a basic text and code organizational tool. Instead of storing bits of code, quick notes, and memos in text files all over your hard drive, this application will let you save and organize "snippets" in one convenient location. A snippet is a collection of one or more pieces of code and notes. Snippets are stored in groups for organization and quick retrieval.
A snippet is composed of a title, description, and one or more ‘snips’. You can add any number of note and code snips in a variety of different languages (more to be added). When not being edited, the snip will be syntax highlighted according to the language selected. Snips are also sortable so you can organize your snippet however you want. Since everything is saved to a local database as you work, there’s no need to worry about pressing the save button or submitting a form.
Visit its project page for everything you need.