Reactivepad

Documents made smart with textually narrated calculations 📝📊

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#3 Product of the DayApril 22, 2018

Reactivepad is an online collaborative document editor that lets you put calculations directly inside your textual narrative - think of MS Word and MS Excel combined. It allows to create truly smart and reactive data-driven documents that are almost like apps!

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Gregory Koberger@gkoberger · Founder, ReadMe.io 📘🦉
Whoa, this looks really awesome. I hate the lack of context when I send people Excel spreadsheets... more often than not, I want the ability to call out certain information (while allowing someone to check my work if they want to). This seems perfect!
Marek BaranowskiMakerPro@marekbaranowski · Founder of Reactivepad
@gkoberger Agree, Excel's interface of an infinite grid is terrible for entering a contextual narrative. Data and text are inseparable and it's high time for a more flexible and human-friendly solution.
Dmitry Belyaev@dmitry_belyaev · Frontend developer, Frontloops.io
Oh wow, we're planning our wedding now and have all the numbers in mac notes, so have to change total values each time manually. This one could help!
Marek BaranowskiMakerPro@marekbaranowski · Founder of Reactivepad
@dmitry_belyaev Interesting use case! Reactivepad seems like a perfect fit for that.
Toni Codina@tcodinat · Product designer & owner of Noon Studios
That's super cool! Love it :)
Marek BaranowskiMakerPro@marekbaranowski · Founder of Reactivepad
@tcodinat glad to read that!
Gianmarco Simone@gsimone · Frontend Engineer
This is really great, can't wait to see how it evolves!
Marek BaranowskiMakerPro@marekbaranowski · Founder of Reactivepad
@gsimone stay tuned!
Neel Kadia@neelkadia · Design Intern @Adobe
Really amazing! Are you planning to open source it?
Marek BaranowskiMakerPro@marekbaranowski · Founder of Reactivepad
@neelkadia there are plans to open source Reactivepad's text editor, so it would be something like TinyMCE or CKEditor but with spreadsheet capabilities.