You come across interesting syntax you've never seen before...not in a book, not on a website, and you've never seen it in code. What does it do??
As programmers, we've all been in this situation before. And if you're really passionate about programming, you have a natural curiousity when it comes to these little nuances. But how do you go about learning the hidden gems behind a language?
Syntactic Sugr brings social features to syntax, including the ability to rate, subscribe to, and comment on syntax, all without signing up for an account. Signing up for an account allows us to rate your contribution to the site, and allows you to create a profile and keep track of syntax you've posted and favorited.
We also publish an RSS feed for the site and for each language, so you can subscribe to each language and get updates that way, or connect via Facebook or Twitter, which we update whenever new syntax is posted.