Part mind mapping tool, part wiki, and entirely written in Markdown. Manage your knowledge inside VS Code and publish to the world via GitHub pages (or your favorite static website host).
Press was created as a proof-of-concept for exploring Kotlin Multiplatform, as well as the author’s frustration from the lack of minimal markdown note taking apps that work on all platforms, especially Android and macOS. If you relate to either of these reasons, Press is looking for contributors.
Markdown editors are the new Twitter clients.
What you see is what you paste. No WYSIWIG, no formatting pasted from the web, and no features you don’t need or want.
GitHub sync is still in-progress, but this repo is worth a ⭐️ in the meantime.
This is like Markdown on steroids.
It supports diagrams, calendars, equations, and other features as extensions of Markdown syntax.
This is useful for making sure things look right before pushing your content up to GitHub for serving. It’s better than
python -m http.server and the like because it handles lack of file extensions and absolute paths better.
It doesn’t support Jekyll-based GitHub pages, but it will take your Markdown files and send them off to api.github.com/markdown for character-perfect rendering.
The thing about taking notes apps is everyone likes ‘em a bit different. Here’s what the author of Notable was after:
Notes are written and rendered in GitHub-flavored Markdown, no WYSIWYG, no proprietary formats, I can run a search & replace across all notes, notes support attachments, the app isn’t bloated, the app has a pretty interface, tags are indefinitely nestable and can import Evernote notes (because that’s what I was using before).
If that resonates with you, click through. 😄
Strapdown.js makes it embarrassingly simple to create elegant Markdown documents. No server-side compilation required. Use it to quickly document your projects, create tutorials, home pages, etc
Just include strapdown’s script tag in an html doc and start writing. It’s almost too easy. 11 themes to choose from, too.
Lots of nice output examples in the README.
Built with VueJS and Express.
For turning HTML in to Markdown. That’s what.
Lots of tools convert Markdown to HTML, but going in the other direction isn’t always so easy. Turndown makes it easy, and even provides a web interface so you can paste in your mark⬆️ and copy out some mark⬇️.