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StackEdit

StackEdit

StackEdit is a full-featured, open-source Markdown editor based on PageDown, the Markdown library used by Stack Overflow and the other Stack Exchange sites.

StackEdit stores your documents in your browser, which means all your documents are automatically saved locally and are accessible offline. Full access to Dropbox or Google Drive is required to be able to import any document in StackEdit. Imported documents are downloaded in your browser and are not transmitted to a server.

 StackEdit 3.1.14

Price
Free to download

Size
11.8MB
License

Apache License

Developer
Benoit Schweblin

Website
stackedit.io

System Requirements
RequireJS

Support:
GitHub, Facebook, Twitter

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Features include:

  • Manage multiple Markdown documents online or offline
  • Export your documents in Markdown, HTML or PDF and format it using a template
  • Synchronize your Markdown documents in the Cloud
  • Edit existing Markdown documents from Google Drive, Dropbox and your local hard drive
  • Post your Markdown document on Blogger/Blogspot, WordPress, Tumblr - Publish your Markdown document on GitHub, Gist, Google Drive, Dropbox or any SSH server
  • Share a link to a Markdown document that renders it in a nice viewer - Show statistics about your document
  • Convert HTML to Markdown
  • Real-time HTML preview with Scroll Link feature to bind editor and preview scrollbars
  • Markdown Extra/GitHub Flavored Markdown support and Prettify/Highlight.js syntax highlighting 
  • LaTeX mathematical expressions using MathJax
  • WYSIWYG control buttons
  • Configurable layout
  • Theming support with different themes available
  • A la carte extensions
  • Offline editing
  • Online synchronization using Google Drive (multi-accounts) and Dropbox
  • One click publish on Blogger, Dropbox, Gist, GitHub, Google Drive, any SSH server, Tumblr, WordPress

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