Joplin: feature rich note taking and to-do application
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.
License: MIT License
necrevistonnezr last edited by necrevistonnezr
Just adding to the post:
Web app version of Joplin:
I've actually been using Joplin quite happily on Cloudron for a few months now. Since it can be easily configured to sync through Nextcloud, no additional apps are necessary through Cloudron (the Joplin app on Nextcloud is helpful though). So I guess I'm curious - what are you asking for here? I could see publishing Joplin-web as an app unto itself so one could have a web interface through Cloudron. It could even be pre-configured to use the Clouron's Nextcloud instance!
Thought I would add this here. As many who use Joplin are using it to replace Evernote which has OCR. This looked like a way of getting some ocr capabilities with joplin. In Markdown as well.
The text below is taken from the thread linked above:
"I built a command line companion application to supplement Joplin. The app monitors a directory you specify; when new files are created in the directory, it automatically uploads the file as text or an attachment (depending on file type) to a new note in Joplin. The app performs OCR on images and PDFs, and the text is dropped into the note as a comment. An image preview is also created for PDFs. The app requires Python 3.7 and is available on Github 371 and PyPI 38. Hope you like it!"
micmc last edited by
Hey thanks for the share wow that just looks and sounds A MA ZING
Looks like there is a an official Joplin server. https://discourse.joplinapp.org/t/joplin-server-pre-release-is-now-available/13605
It'd be nice to see that combined with the web app for cloudron.