Here all major fixes and enhancement/additions are documented.
/user/TWITTER_HANDLE[.json]. The JSON lists all public documents.
For now, Markdowner is in early beta stages. You can request for a Beta invite by submitting your Twitter username and e-mail.
The only thing your e-mail will be used as, is to notify you when you get access to Markdowner. If you prefer not to submit your e-mail, you can omit it – but you'd have to check manually for access by trying to log in here. The e-mail address is only stored until the request is approved. When this happens, it is deleted from the system.
If you are in the beta, and would like to help me out by posting ideas or issues, this can be done via Github Issues.
Markdowner uses Markdown syntax to easily create great formatted documents in HTML.
Markdowner is cloud based. All your changes, are stored in the clouds. If you hide the sidebar, the sidebar will be hidden the next time you log on, no matter from where.
As you type, you are always just a hotkey away from compiling and previewing Your Markdown or Remark document. The document style will match the style of Github.
If you want either a Remark document, or a regular Markdown document to be available publicly, you can set so in the File Options, and share the Document Share Link.
The documents are saved regularly, making sure you won't lose your content.
In a short time, exporting and downloading documents as .PDF files and .MD files will be possible. As for now, sharing is the only way to show your documents to others.
Planned features includes a way to optinally define your own CSS styling on Remark Documents.
Some time, in the not too distant future, you can sync Markdowner with your Dropbox account, and your documents will automatically be stored on Dropbox as well.
Help and guides will soon be available.