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Since Quiver data files are simple JSON files, it's easy to write a script that converts Quiver data files to and from other formats.
Example use cases:
- Generate developer documentation from a Quiver notebook.
- Generate a tutorial to post on your website.
- Generate a complete technical book from a set of Quiver notebooks.
Currently two simple export scripts are provided here:
- quiver2html exports Quiver notes or notebooks to HTML files.
- quiver2playground exports Quiver notes or notebooks to Xcode 6 playground files.
Create your own export script
It's easy to create your own export scripts to tie into your workflow. Use the export scripts above as the starting point, modify the templates, and generate output files as you see fit.
You may find Quiver Data Format useful.
If you indeed create your own export scripts, please add a link to this page so others can use it too.
Add your scripts here!
- quiver2jekyll exports Quiver notes to a markdown post for Jekyll.
- quiver-tools Search and export Quiver notebooks to markdown files.
- quivjek A Jekyll plugin for seamless publication of Quiver notebooks and images.
- quiver_to_markdown A small go tool to turn a Quiver library into a set of Markdown files.
- quiver_note gem Ruby gem for manipulating Quiver notebooks. Supports not only local but also remote Dropbox via api.