Today, I write multi-para emails without the slightest tendency to fall back to a computer hardware keyboard. With the increase in typing on touch-screens, many text editor apps have surfaced over the years. Today we take a look at Write for Dropbox — a powerful Note Taking app for iPhone and iPad, that is filled to the brim with features to the delight power users.
In part 2we added email reminders and check-able task lists to the note-taking app. And that is how I've left it for the last three months or so. Below is a screenshot of the latest version of the notes app.
The UI is much cleaner thanks to a stylesheet from bootswatch. The bootswatch stylesheet works as a drop-in replacement for the default bootstrap CSS file. All together, the note-taking app has the following features: Flexible pinterest-style tiled layout that looks great on a variety of screen sizes.
Easy to create notes and reminders from the phone. Links are converted to rich media objects where possible e.
To-do lists or task lists can be embedded in notes. Email reminders can be scheduled for a given note. You can browse or download the finished code from part 2 in this gist. If you're in a hurry, you can find all the code from this post in this gist.
In case you were curious, I've been using the notes app for things like: Bookmarking interesting sites to read later. Creating short to-do lists or writing down particular items to get from the store, etc.
Writing down interesting dreams or ideas I get in the middle of the night. Appointment reminders, reminders to call people, etc.
Saving funny cat pics. Writing down ideas for programming projects. Saving code snippets or useful commands. Adding full-text search In this installment, we'll be using SQLite's full-text search FTS extension to dramatically improve the search result quality. A full list of supported queries can be found in the SQLite documentation.
Most importantly, by using full-text search we are now able to sort our search results by match quality. To use the FTS extension, we need to create a special table called a virtual table.
Virtual tables are meta-tables that present a high-level interface for working with special extension data. The FTS virtual table allows us to store search content, and behind-the-scenes several hidden tables will be created to store the actual search data-structures.
The peewee playhouse Sqlite extension provides a model sub-class designed for working with virtual tables, and more specifically, a virtual model subclass for the FTS extension. So without further ado, let's get started!
Sqlite extension database The first step is to replace our peewee database class, swapping out the default SqliteDatabase for the playhouse's SqliteExtDatabase, which provides support for virtual tables.
We will replace the original declaration with the following: Indexing notes for full-text search In order to search our notes, we need to create a separate model to store the search content we wish to index.
This model will store, along with the content for the search index, a pointer back to the note it references. Place these imports at the top of the module. Simple regex for stripping out any HTML tags. Here is the method I came up with that extracts the useful search content from a note.
It belongs as a staticmethod on the FTSNote class. This method calls the note's html method, which will convert any oEmbed links into rich media objects, and process any markdown. The HTML tags are then stripped out since they will mostly be noise, and finally, the same process is done for each task item attached to the note if any exist: To do this, add a single line to the Note.
Right before we return from this method, and after our call to the super-class save method, we will store the note in the search index.Text editors are intended to open and save text files containing either plain text or anything that can be interpreted as plain text, including the markup for rich text or the markup for something else (e.g.
SVG). align-content Specifies the alignment between the lines inside a flexible container when the items do not use all available space align-items Specifies the alignment for items inside a flexible container.
UNIX: vi Editor General Introduction The vi editor (short for visual editor) is a screen editor which is available on almost all Unix systems. Once you have learned vi, you will find that it is a fast and powerful editor.
how to write a text editor in c++ [closed] Ask Question. up vote 22 down vote favorite. I learned c++ on and off for several times but never write a real apps using it.
long time I've been thinking that writing a text editor will be something very interesting, now I am looking for a simple but decent text editor written in c or c++ from. Slick Write is a powerful, FREE application that makes it easy to check your writing for grammar errors, potential stylistic mistakes, and other features of interest.
Whether you're a blogger, novelist, SEO professional, or student writing an essay for school, Slick Write can . noun. a brief record of something written down to assist the memory or for future reference.
notes, a record or outline of a speech, statement, testimony, etc., or of one's impressions of something. an explanatory or critical comment, or a reference to some authority quoted, appended to a passage in a book or the like: a note on the origin of the phrase.