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Beautiful and clever Markdown editor for Mac and PC

Emanuil Rusev
Combines the aesthetics of prose editors with the productivity features of code editors - features like syntax assistance, multiple cursors, file manager, etc.
Emanuil Rusev
It combines the aesthetics of prose editors with the productivity features of code editors - features like syntax assistance, multiple cursors, file manager, etc.
Saadat Qadri- Sr. Product Analyst @FreshBooks
I use Caret for my daily journal - it's a really lightweight markdown editor, but it something that I love: every time I create a new note, the default name of the markdown file is the current date.
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Pro Markdown writing, note taking and static blog generator

This is a darkhorse candidate. It's not as polished as some of the other tools but feature-wise it competes with anyone. Glad to see iOS apps now available adding further value to this gem.
Mikka Luster- cracking skulls and reading minds
After years of Ulysses, I have almost fully switched to MWeb. Its "External Mode" allows for the embedding of images, which are actually shown, tables are rendered in preview, and images can even be sent to a non-local destination before publishing. It supports Medium and WordPress, embeds and manages Hexo and Jekyll, and has dozens of other great features. … See more
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A minimal markdown editor making your writing look magical ✨

MagicDown is a new Markdown editor with tons of features. Quickly type your text in Markdown and see it render in gorgeous typography. MagicDown also has 10 themes to choose from so you can always find the perfect one to make your writing experience magical! Developed by a 16 year old, this is a WIP so expect lots of updates soon!

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A React-based Markdown editor

Monod is a (relatively) secure and offline-first Markdown editor we have built at TailorDev in order to learn React.js (and a bunch of other JavaScript tools and libraries).

Le lab is now open at TailorDev! A week per month, we implement (or enhance) a MVP with a simple goal in mind: experimenting new technologies. Time constraint matters: we have a week only to ship a product. For this very first session, we have built Monod, our Markdown editor with live preview.
After a successful first session, we are happy to share the results of our second Le lab session, which happened a week ago at TailorDev. We worked a lot (a bit too much to be honest) on Monod to make it usable in real-life.
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Open-source markdown editor built for desktop

Abricotine is an open-source markdown editor built for desktop.

Write in a clear distraction-free interface or in fullscreen mode.

Abricotine supports markdown syntax combined with some GFM enhancements (such as tables).

Save document as HTML or copy rich text to paste in your email client.

Document content is automatically previewed within the text as you type it.

Preview any image or iframe content (such as Youtube videos), math written with LateX, checklists and anchors

Abricotine - WYSIWYM Markdown editor - open source and cross platform
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