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Haroopad – Markdown enabled next document processor

Haroopad is an open source Markdown enabled document processor for creating web-friendly documents.

With this software, you can author professional-looking documents of various formats: blog posts, slides, presentations, reports, email and more. Furthermore, you can send your documents as email.

The software is released under an open source license.

Features include:

  • Themes, Skins and UI Components:
    • Themes for editor 30 styles.
    • Syntax highlighting in fenced code block on editor.
    • Ruby, Python, PHP, Javascript, C, HTML, CSS.
    • Based on CodeMirror.
  • Live Preview themes:
    • 7 themes based markdown-css.
  • Syntax Highlighting:
    • 71 languages & 44 styles based on highlight.js.
  • Custom Theme:
    • Style based on CSS (Cascading Style Sheet).
  • Font Size:
    • Editor and Viewer font size control using Preference Window & Shortcuts.
  • Embedding Rich Media Contents:
    • Video, Audio, 3D, Text, Open Graph and oEmbed.
    • About 100 Major Internet Services (Youtube, SoundCloud, Flickr …) Support.
    • Drag & Drop support.
  • Display Mode:
    • Default (Editor:Viewer), Reverse (Viewer:Editor), Only Editor, Only Viewer (View > Mode).
  • Insert Current Date & Time:
    • Various Format support (Insert > Date & Time).
  • HTML to Markdown:
    • Drag & Drop your selected text on Web Browser.
  • Options for markdown parsing.
  • Outline View.
  • Vim Key-binding.
  • Export to PDF, HTML.
  • Styled HTML copy to clipboard for WYSIWYG editors.
  • Auto Save & Restore.
  • Document state information.
  • Tab or Spaces for Indentation.
  • Colum(Single, Two and Three) Layout View.
  • Markdown Syntax Help Dialog.
  • Import and Export settings.
  • Support for LaTex mathematical expressions using MathJax.
  • Export documents to HTML and PDF.
  • Build extensions for making your own feature.
  • Transform documents into a blog system, WordPress, Evernote and Tumblr, without any effort.
  • Full screen mode.
  • Cross platform support.
  • Internationalization support: English, Korean, Spanish, Chinese Simplified, German, Vietnamese, Russian, and Greek.

Website: pad.haroopress.com
Support: GitHub
Developer: Rhio kim
License: GNU General Public License v3.0


Haroopad is written in Java and HTML. Learn Java with our recommended free books and free tutorials.

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