Crossnote is probably the world's first markdown notes reader & editor progressive web application that works offline perfectly (maybe not yet but soon 😂) and supports syncing with arbitrary git repository right inside your browser.
Crossnote is heavily inspired by Markdown Preview Enhanced, Google Keep, Google Docs, Quip, Notion, GitBook, Notable, Evernote, and Bear.
Unlike Crossnote (alpha), which is completely cloud based, Crossnote (beta) aims to be offline first. That is, your data is stored entirely in your browser. We won't collect your notes and credentials to our server. You own your data.
The front-end of crossnote project is completely open sourced on GitHub 0xGG/crossnote. It is released under AGPL3. Any contributions or suggestions would be very helpful for the growth of the project.
You can easily synchronize your notebooks with arbitrary git repositories thanks to the awesome isomorphic-git project that makes running git possible right inside this web application.
This application is still under development, and its production website is currently running on a Vultr VPS with only 8GB ram located in Los Angeles.