Just in case you are an Emacs user, you can download and use the equivalent snippets for Emacs from this link. As far as possible, I am using a common codebase for VIM and Emacs SV snippets. So if you use VIM, your snippets would seem much familiar to a colleague at work who loves Emacs.
Just like Emacs, multiple packages are available for VIM that enable use of code snippets within VIM. Of these I used a package named SnipMate for the purpose of exploring VMM snippets in VIM. If you have not used SnipMate before, the following YouTube video provides a wonderful introduction to the package and its use. Continue reading