This tool can be use either by a beginner or expert:
If you are a beginner, you will use more the dev tool (on the left panel of the welcome page) and the other tools.
If you are an expert, you will use more the template and the Doc tool.
This tool allow a collaborative work.
1 script = 1 url
So you can send the script's url to a colleague (or a friend) to let him complete the script.
If you don't want that somebody read your script, you can put it as a private. Add to this option, you can create a group to let people you know read/modify your shell script.
1 modification = 1 version . So you can rollback to an old version if you want.
Description of the Menu:
The Welcome page.
Use a template = Chose a template to start your script.
Document your dev = Add the author, the last modification date to your script + Add a description.
Import a script = Download the source code from a script founded on the web
Search engine = find a script from keywords (for the moment, the serach is only on the script's name)
Description of the main view:
On the right side, there is the script code source:
An editor. You can add/modify the text. You can find/replace words. The editor named CodeMirror.
A "Save" button. When you have finish the edition, click on this button to save your work.
A "Download" button. You can download the script you are seeing. You can choose between several extensions (bash/sh, powershell/ps, text/txt, zip).
On the left side you have the tools:
On the Welcome page, it's the developpement tools. With them you write the source code.
On the Template page, it's the template list. A template avoid you to start a script from a blank page.
On the Doc page, there are fields to create a description and put information like the author, date,time and version.