Writing alternatives and similar software solutions
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Joplin9.8 9.9 Writing VS JoplinJoplin - an open source note taking and to-do application with synchronisation capabilities for Windows, macOS, Linux, Android and iOS.
Trilium Notes9.6 8.8 Writing VS Trilium NotesBuild your personal knowledge base with Trilium Notes
Boostnote9.5 0.0 Writing VS BoostnoteThis repository is outdated and new Boost Note app is available! We've launched a new Boost Note app which supports real-time collaborative writing. https://github.com/BoostIO/BoostNote-App
HedgeDoc7.6 8.8 Writing VS HedgeDocHedgeDoc - The best platform to write and share markdown.
Dnote6.7 0.0 Writing VS DnoteA simple command line notebook for programmers
DailyNotes4.4 0.0 Writing VS DailyNotesApp for taking notes and tracking tasks on a daily basis
Wreeto3.6 0.0 Writing VS WreetoWreeto is an open source note-taking, knowledge management and wiki system.
Plainpad2.7 3.8 Writing VS Plainpad📓 Plainpad - Self Hosted Note Taking App
Oddmuse2.0 0.0 Writing VS OddmuseA simple wiki engine written in Perl. No database required.
DocPHTWith DocPHT you can take notes and quickly document anything and without the use of any database.
BulletNotesWorkflowy / Dynalist clone with Kanban
Static code analysis for 29 languages.
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Writing is a lightweight distraction-free text editor, in the browser.
Live version: Writing.
index.html and that's it! There is no server code. Is that so simple? Yes!
CTRL + D: Toggle display mode
CTRL + P: Print or export as PDF
CTRL + S: Save source code as .MD file
and a few other commands (change font, etc.) that can be found in:
- CTRL+SHIFT+H or
?bottom-left icon: Show help
Why another Markdown editor? Why not just use StackEdit?
There are many online editors that support Markdown but:
- half of them don't support LaTeX / MathJax (for math formulas)
- some of them do, but have a 1-sec delay between keypress and display, and I find this annoying, see e.g. StackEdit
- some of them have annoying flickering each time you write new text, once math is present on the page
- most of them are not minimalist / distraction-free enough for me
That's why I decided to make Writing:
- no server needed, you can run it offline
- fast rendering (no delay when writing / no flickering of math equations)
- just what you need: write, preview, save the code, print or save as PDF, and nothing else
- LPWP website, a.k.a. "Landing Page=Working Page", i.e. the first page that you visit on the website is the page where things actually happen, that means that there is no annoying welcome page or login page, etc.
Author: Joseph Ernest (@JosephErnest)
Other projects: BigPicture, bigpicture.js, AReallyBigPage, SamplerBox, Void, TalkTalkTalk, sdfgh, RaspFIP, Yopp, etc.
Writing uses Pagedown, Pagedown Extra, MathJax, StackOverflow's editor code, and the Computer Modern font.
Note: Some of these libraries have been slightly modified (a few lines of code), to make it work all together, that's why they are included in this package.
*Note that all licence references and agreements mentioned in the Writing README section above are relevant to that project's source code only.