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Noteworthy is currently in development! I work on Noteworthy in my free time, so progress comes in bursts.
A free, open-source, local-first Markdown editor built with ProseMirror.
completed syntax features
completed editor features
\providecommandin math nodes
flavor:metadata for interoperability with other editors
tikz diagrams via
@drgrice1/tikzjax, which was created by compiling the original Pascal source of TeX to WebAssembly, with only the dependencies needed to run
(screenshot taken 12 July 2021)
(screenshot taken 16 September 2020)
(screenshot taken 17 September 2020)
Obsidian (especially its community plugins) has been a source of inspiration for me during the development of Noteworthy, and occupies a similar position in the note-taking space, but with a few key differences:
flavormetadata, to maximize interoperability with other editors.
The table below compares Noteworthy to other editors with similar features. Of course, each editor has its own unique features not listed! For an even more detailed comparison, check out the exhaustive feature comparison put together by the folks at Athens Research.
Last updated 16 September 2020. If you notice any errors or omissions in the feature comparison table, please file an issue and I will correct it.
Noteworthy is still a bit rough around the edges, and is missing some basic quality-of-life features. However, it's stable enough that I use it for all my daily note-taking. You can follow these instructions if you really wish to run it.
git clone [email protected]:benrbray/noteworthy.git cd noteworthy-electron npm run build:linux
After building, look in the
/dist folder for an executable.
Noteworthy is built with
electron-vite. To run in development mode with live-reload,
cd noteworthy-electron npm run dev