The Desktop version of Gingko is nearly ready to be launched!
You can find it on the new homepage, here:
Here are some of its features:
- Downloadable desktop app for Windows, Linux, and Mac
- Work entirely offline, and save to files, by default
- Full undo/version history (not navigable yet, though)
- Drag and Drop
- Syntax Highlighting
- Import/Export JSON files from/to web version (manually)
- Export Markdown
And here is some of what’s still missing:
- Automatic sync or backups
(but you can save files to a Dropbox folder to achieve auto backups)
- LaTeX support
- Import OPML or Markdown
- Export to Word, or any other format besides plain-text and JSON.
It’s been a long road, but I’m happy with how it’s turned out. It might not be much different to look at, but it’s been rewritten in such a way as to allow much more powerful features to be built in the future.
Check it out, let me know what you think, so I can iron out the last few bugs before announcing it to everyone on the full mailing list.