Mak is designed to be instant and intuitive.
Mak is nothing but a piece of paper.
All you need is to type.
Say hello to the Super GFM Power.
Click, start typing, close the tab.
Everything remains the same.
Start typing in 1 sec with 1 click, anytime and anywhere1.
No download or setup needed.
You can still use Mak even there’s no Internet connection2.
Shortcuts, drag-and-drop, print PDF...
You know what to do. Just try it.
People are walking checklists.
Mak provides the most flexible way for managing both your small ideas and big plans.
To-do list in Markdown syntax:
- [X] Pick up rental car
- [ ] Finish essay
- [ ] Dinner w/ Jon
...and they’re clickable!
We have multiple work-in-progress drafts.
Unlike a normal file system, Mak organizes files flatly. No folders. It’s just a list of files.
A file is a URL with a hashtag (#).
You can easily access & edit files via URLs:
URL=“Uniform Resource Locator”
[title](url) are clickable.
With links, you can navigate between files easily.
Writing an essay, a novel or a diary?
Try spliting your ideas into files!
If you don’t want to move your hands away from the keyboard, hit Ctrl+Enter when focusing on a link,
or just use the go: command to navigate between files:
Close the temporary Notepads in your taskbar.
And uninstall your to-do list Apps.
You can configure Mak via multiple ways.
The easiest choice is to open the #preferences file:
Switch between light/dark themes.
Side by side or a separated window.
(set:option) as links too, just click on them to apply.
And similar to the go: command, you can also use the set: command to apply settings:
Both settings and content you’re editing will be synced automatically between tabs and stored in your browser.
Gist1 is a code snippet service provided by GitHub. It’s the easist way to share code snippets or documents with others.
“With gists, you can share single files, parts of files, and full applications with other people.”
You can use Gist to sync your files over the Internet2 completely inside Mak.
Push / pull, 100% inside Mak.
Everything under your control.
Gist saves the every single change you’ve made.https://gist.github.com/your-gist-id/revisions
Share or view your document via Mak:
You can either handle Gists via the status bar:
Or use set: commands in Mak to manipulate Gists:
set:login, set:logout, set:pull, set:push
Once your Gist has been loaded (?gist=id), Mak saves it as a file (#id).
If you “push” a non-gist file, Mak will suggest to create a Gist.
By default, all Gists created in Mak are private and you can always change it to public later.
If you try to push to a Gist that you don’t have the permission, Mak will suggest to fork that Gist.
Note that everyone can READ a Gist (via gist.github.com) if he/she has the Gist ID (so you can view any Gist even you’re not logged in).
Mak itself only stores your data inside the browser cache locally (localStorage).
Mak does NOT collect any log from your device or GitHub account.
If you’re using Gist Sync, Mak will create private Gists by default, and will never sync in the background without your permission.
Gist is a product from GitHub. Gist downloading / uploading only happens between your browser and GitHub’s API server.
Normally the browser will not clean up your local cache. But if you accidentally did that, all your documents will be lost.
Please manually backup (set:export) or sync (Gist) your documents as frequently as possible.
Yes. This project was a HCI experiment at the beginning, and there’re no further plans by now.
It’s also a free software and will be open sourced under the MIT license soon.
Gist is a perfect product. And it’s one of the best tools I’ve ever used.
Gist encourages people to create and share notes and code snippets.
It’s easy to read, write, embed in your website, or discuss with people.
It has versioning too, it’s an important feature for text editors. And Gist is completely free.
Most Importantly, it’s super light-weighted and has the very same design philosophy like Mak.
In some word, Mak is just an interface based on Gist.
A Mobile App?
Sorry but actually I don’t have much time to build the mobile version.
For iOS users I would recommend you the default Notes App by Apple (or Bear for Markdown).
Who Are You?
And create something wonderful :)
Text powers the editor.Mak is an Inns project.Copyright © 2020, inns.studio. All rights reserved.