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Joplin - A note taking and to-do application with synchronization capabilities for Windows, macOS, Linux, Android and iOS

  •    Javascript

Joplin is a free, open source note taking and to-do application, which can handle a large number of notes organised into notebooks. The notes are searchable, can be copied, tagged and modified either from the applications directly or from your own text editor. The notes are in Markdown format.

leanote - Not Just A Notepad! (golang + mongodb) http://leanote.org

  •    Javascript

The Leanote software suite contains: Leanote Web & Server (this repository), Desktop app, iOS, Android. Interested in our product and want to try it out from your web browser? Welcome to sign up on https://leanote.com.

paperwork - Paperwork - OpenSource note-taking & archiving alternative to Evernote, Microsoft OneNote & Google Keep

  •    Dockerfile

Paperwork is an open-source, self-hosted alternative to services like Evernote ®, Microsoft OneNote ® or Google Keep ®. This branch contains the second iteration of Paperwork, which is a complete rewrite. Not only is it based on another framework - it is based on a completely different technology stack. It is in its very early development phase and not yet usable.

tusk - Refined Evernote desktop app

  •    Javascript

Tusk is an unofficial, featureful, open source, community-driven, free Evernote app used by people in more than 140 countries. Tusk is indicated by Evernote as an alternative client for Linux environments trusted by the open source community.




tusk - 🐘 Refined Evernote desktop app

  •    Javascript

Tusk is an unofficial, open source, third-party, community driven, free Evernote app with a handful of useful features.Come over to our Gitter channel to share your thoughts on the project or to just say hi.

Standard Notes - Your notes for good

  •    Javascript

Standard Notes is the 100 year notes app. It's built long-lasting so you never have to find another one. It syncs on all your devices. It encrypts your data to protect your privacy. And it backs up your notes so you never lose anything again.

sass-build-structure - An example SASS build structure sample to start a project

  •    CSS

After reading the book SMACSS and finding it very helpful the Front End team at Evernote has used some of the ideas in our SASS build. We've found breaking the SASS files out into directories (Base, Layout, Modules, and Views) helps organize our files in a project and compile CSS into a clean, logical file. Each page has a SASS (.scss) file created that acts as a project file that imports the individual modular components from Base, Layout, Modules, and Views that are needed to build the particular page. This build methodology is currently being used on Evernote.com.

leanote-ios - Leanote iOS App http://leanote.org

  •    Javascript

Leanote for iOS uses Cocoapods (http://cocoapods.org/) to manage third party libraries. Run pod install from the command line to install dependencies for the project.


EverNote Dropper Tool

  •    DotNet

The overall purpose of this tool is to track all files which have been dropped from a ‘Source’ folder to the EverNote ‘Dropper’ folder.

Evernote Exporter

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Evernote Exporter is a tiny desktop app that performs a scheduled backup/export of all your Evernote notes. Your notes are exported to a single .enex file, Evernote's official XML archive format.

People's Note

  •    C++

People's Note is a polished Windows Mobile note taking application with full-featured Evernote integration.

evermark - :elephant: A command line tool for syncing markdown notes to Evernote

  •    Javascript

Create a empty markdown note in the notes directory of the Evermark folder. Publish markdown notes to Evernote or update the published notes.

ever2boost

  •    Ruby

ever2boost is a CLI tool for conversion Evernote to Boostnote.Get Evernote developer token from here.

Doomsday-Machine-2 - Doomsday Machine is a tool for backing up cloud services to a local machine.

  •    Shell

Doomsday Machine is a tool for backing up cloud services to a local machine. This project is a followup to a Node.js project I started in April. While that project worked well, I wasn't happy with the code's performance and lack of support, being that the project was just my code. Instead, I've constructed this project which is really just an amalgamation of others' great projects. The imap-backup tool uses a configuration file saved at /root/.imap-backup/config.json, which is setup as a Docker volume so that you can persist the configuration and/or map it to a host folder. Use the tool's setup instructions to build the configuration file.

ever-notedown - Atom Editor Plugin

  •    CSS

This is an Atom plugin for editing Evernote notes in Markdown format that works with the Evernote Mac client via AppleScript. Please read more here.

zookeeper - A tool for taming the Evernote API

  •    Javascript

The Evernote SDK is clunky and repetitive. I hope Zookeeper will make your work with their API more enjoyable. You'll need an Evernote API key as well as an account to run tests. During the test you'll be asked for your API keys in order to generate an access token. Just follow the prompts.

evernote-sdk-lua - Unofficial Evernote SDK for Lua

  •    Lua

This SDK contains Evernote cloud API in Lua language generated from the Thrift interface released by Evernote as well as the thrift runtime library mainly for Lua 5.1 and LuaJIT. You also need to build some binary objects for the thrift runtime library. A Makefile is provided in the thrift directory to simplify this task.

EverOrg - Evernote to Org mode migration tool

  •    Go

Due to the limited mobile support of Org mode, I’ve constantly switched between Org mode and a Evernote/Remember the Milk combination. As this changes now due to the initiative of MobileOrg v2, it’s time to migrate my stuff fully over to Org mode. One of the reasons of using Evernote was the possibility to export all of it’s content into XML. EverOrg uses these Evernote backup-files to generate Org mode files.





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