Displaying 1 to 11 from 11 results

fsnotes - Notes manager for macOS/iOS

  •    Swift

File system notes is modern notational velocity (nvALT) on steroids. Our application respect open formats: plain/text, markdown, rtf, and stores data in file system. You can view, edit, copy data in favourite external editor and see live result in FSNotes.

nb - CLI and local web plain text note‑taking, bookmarking, and archiving with linking, tagging, filtering, search, Git versioning & syncing, Pandoc conversion, + more, in a single portable script

  •    Shell

and more, in a single portable script. nb creates notes in text-based formats like Markdown, Org, and LaTeX, can work with files in any format, can import and export notes to many document formats, and can create private, password-protected encrypted notes and bookmarks. With nb, you can write notes using Vim, Emacs, VS Code, Sublime Text, and any other text editor you like, as well as terminal and GUI web browsers. nb works in any standard Linux / Unix environment, including macOS and Windows via WSL. Optional dependencies can be installed to enhance functionality, but nb works great without them.

foam - A personal knowledge management and sharing system for VSCode

  •    Typescript

Foam is a personal knowledge management and sharing system inspired by Roam Research, built on Visual Studio Code and GitHub. You can use Foam for organising your research, keeping re-discoverable notes, writing long-form content and, optionally, publishing it to the web.

rwtxt - A cms for absolute minimalists.

  •    Go

A cms for absolute minimalists. Try it at rwtxt.com. rwtxt is an open-source website where you can store any text online for easy sharing and quick recall. In more specific terms, it is a light-weight and fast content management system (CMS) where you write in Markdown with emphasis on reading.

Minimal-Notes - Minimal Notes web app build with Vue.js

  •    HTML

There are many notes apps, but I needed something simple that works for me on my laptop. That is why I made minimal notes that will work in my browser locally. Everything is stored in your web browser localStorage. All the coding is done with Vue.js and the best part is everything is in the index.html file that is only 4Kb. I also made Minimal Notes.app for Mac OS users. First I used Electron to package the app. But the file form 4Kb become 400 Mb width some optimisation I achieved around 140 Mb but I was not happy. Then I tried Cordova for Mac and worked perfectly. The file become 0.45 Mb that is much better then 140 Mb.

offlinenotepad - An offline-first, secure, private notepad

  •    Go

offlinenotepad is an open-source offline note taking app. It is a browser-based offline-first notepad that securely syncs across your devices - including smartphones, laptops, and chromebooks. Ideally, its a minimalist note-writing experience that can be accessed anywhere, anytime. Offline-first. All information is stored as encrypted data in the browser. Saving, editing, viewing, and searching are all done on the client.

uwunote - Kinda like Windows 10 Sticky notes but subjectively better - Written in go and GTK3+

  •    Go

First of all, I really hate making up names, so UwU Note is all you get. It's a simple note-taking app. Notes stick to your desktop, you can create new ones and delete existing ones. Every note has it's own window, which saves it's coordinates and size.


  •    Rust

A notebook app integrated with todo-list utility. Project flow.er is a Rust WASM app running in browser. Taking advantage of Yew and Trunk, it provides good development experience.

notes-app-cli - A command line interface for Notes.app on macOS.

  •    Shell

A command line interface for Notes.app on macOS 10.14 Mojave and earlier. Notes.app access is apparently broken in 10.15 Calatina. Add and edit notes in a text editor with command line support like Vim, Emacs, VS Code, Sublime Text, etc. Create, list, view, update, and delete notes using simple terminal commands. Export your notes to text files.

We have large collection of open source products. Follow the tags from Tag Cloud >>

Open source products are scattered around the web. Please provide information about the open source projects you own / you use. Add Projects.