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The 7 Best Note-Taking Apps for Programmers and Coders

Boostnote Medley Text Quiver OneNote CherryTree Sublime Text TickTick
  1. Boostnote is an open-source note-taking​ app.
    • Open Source
    The best part about Boostnote is that it’s free and open source, it’s cross-platform, and your notes will sync across all platforms you use Boostnote on.

    #Note Taking #Notes #Todos 6 social mentions

  2. Redefining the way programming notes are taken.

    #Project Management #Task Management #Note Taking

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    Quiver is a notebook built for programmers.
    Quiver is yet another app like the two above: you can mix and match text (in both Markdown and LaTeX formats) with embedded code inside notes. However, Quiver has a dedicated code editor right inside the app that’s cleaner and more responsive than its competitors.

    #Collaboration #Content Collaboration #Content Management System

  4. Get the OneNote app for free on your tablet, phone, and computer, so you can capture your ideas and to-do lists in one place wherever you are. Or try OneNote with Office for free.
    CherryTree is very fast, making it one of the best lightweight note-taking apps The 7 Best Lightweight OneNote and Evernote Alternatives Evernote and Microsoft OneNote may be too bloated for you. Try one of these alternative lightweight note-taking apps instead! Read More .

    #Note Taking #Todos #Personal Productivity

  5. A hierarchical note taking application, featuring rich text and syntax highlighting, storing data in a single xml or sqlite file.
    There are other apps like CherryTree, including wikidPad and Zim, but CherryTree supports a special page type specifically for code. Use regular notes for ideas and tasks, use the code notes for snippets. As far as the page hierarchy, both types work the exact same way.

    #Notes #Note Taking #Todos

  6. Sublime Text is a sophisticated text editor for code, html and prose - any kind of text file. You'll love the slick user interface and extraordinary features. Fully customizable with macros, and syntax highlighting for most major languages.
    • Open Source
    Sublime Text’s native features are excellent for increasing overall productivity 11 Sublime Text Tips for Productivity and a Faster Workflow Sublime Text is a versatile text editor and a gold standard for many programmers. Our tips focus on efficient coding, but general users will appreciate the keyboard shortcuts. Read More , and the ability to split into multiple editor panes is indispensable. But for note-taking and organization, it can get even better with a few free plugins.

    #Text Editors #IDE #Software Development 3 social mentions

  7. TickTickis a cross-platform to-do list app & task manager helps you to get all things done and make life well organized.
    As a programmer, you can use TickTick to track all of your tasks as individual list items and store whatever notes you need for each task. There’s no syntax highlighting or rich text formatting though, so it’s better for managing ideas than storing code snippets.

    #Task Management #Project Management #Todos 51 social mentions

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