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Djaken Notes

Djaken is a complete web-based notes application for Django.

News

Version 2.0.2 released! (2018/12/15)

Version 2.0rc1 released! (2018/12/06)

Version 2.0b1 released! (2018/04/14)

Changes in 2.0~:

  • Replace Markdown with reStructuredText.
  • Move inline images to seperate model (DB) field, thus avoiding search and markup processing on bulky image data. It also takes away the encoded image data from the markup text.
  • GUI: several improvements (HTML templates and CSS).
  • GUI: Edit Note; change "Save and Close" button to icon and have all three save and close permutations at top and bottom of note.
  • CODING: Change 'Generic Views' back to regular/full Django views.
  • FIXED: Page reload after going back to unlock encrypted note re-submits encryption key (password).
  • Disable browser caching as much as possible.

Features

  • Intuitive, simple and stream-lined user interface.
  • Login/logout of the notes application.
  • Create and edit notes in reStructuredText.
  • Attach inline images (within a note).
  • Notes can be marked 'Not relevant', and if so, are kept out of view by default.
  • Encrypted notes (stored in database using an AES symmetric cipher).
  • Keyword search of note title and content.
  • Sort by modified/created date.

Options / Settings

  • DJAKEN_BRANDING_TITLE (str:default='Djaken Notes')

Requirements

  • Django>=1.9
  • docutils>=0.12
  • pycrypto>=2.6

Quick start

  1. Add "djaken" to your INSTALLED_APPS setting like this:

    INSTALLED_APPS = [
        ...
        'djaken',
    ]
    
  2. Include the djaken URLconf in your project urls.py like this:

    url(r'^djaken/', include('djaken.urls')),
    
  3. Run python manage.py migrate to create the djaken models.

  4. Start the development server and visit http://127.0.0.1:8000/djaken/ to start adding notes.

Screen-shots

Only viewable on GitHub project page

All Notes (homepage)

screenshots/djaken-all_notes-1.png

View Note

screenshots/djaken-view_note-2.png

Edit Note

screenshots/djaken-edit_note-2.png

Unlock an encrypted note

screenshots/djaken-unlock_note-2.png

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