OpenNote - OpenNote was built to be an open web-based alternative to Microsoft OneNote (T) and EverNote

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or download manually from here.

https://foxusa.github.io/OpenNote/OpenNote/
https://github.com/FoxUSA/OpenNote

Dependencies:

alertify : 0.3.0
angular : ^1.6.6
angular-animate : ^1.6.6
angular-resource : ^1.6.6
angular-route : ^1.6.6
angular-sanitize : ^1.6.6
bootstrap : ^3.3.7
codemirror : ^5.32.0
jquery : 3.2.1
marked : ^0.3.7
pouchdb : ^6.3.4

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