OpenNote was built to be a open web based alternative to Microsoft OneNote (T) and EverNote.
- Full WYSIWYG editor
- Touch friendly and mouse friendly ui
- Upload manager (not enabled in demo :) )
- Light weight
- Multi user support
- Note History ***(Revisions are currently being stored. However, there is not view to see revision tree)
- Multiple DB Cores
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How To Install
- Create a MYSQL database named "OpenNote"
- Download and extract OpenNote into a folder on your php web-server called "OpenNote"
- Open up the model/sql folder and run "notebook.sql" in your OpenNote database
- Change the database connection settings inside of web-server path/OpenNote/Config.php to match your db settings. These are stored in the following lines of code in /OpenNote/Config.php:
public static $dbUserName = "notebook"; public static $dbPassword = "password"; public static $dbServer = "localhost"; public static $dbName = "notebook";
- Now the site install is complete. You can now open the site by going to your webserver url +/OpenNote
How To Use
OpenNote uses a touch to open scheme. If you want to open something just click it.
Now that you are logged in, you can browse around. At first you won't have any folders or notes. So, create some! Once you have some stuff simply click on a folder(Always Green) or browse a tree view on the left to crawl into you notes.
Once you click on a note you'll will be presented with it in a read only view.
This will bring you to the CKEditor. Once you are all done editing, click "Save" to store the note. Dont worry to much about the changing the content of your notes. The program keeps a history of what you changed.
JQuery - Distributed under the MIT License JSTree - "Same as JQuery" CKEditor - Distributed under the MPL License OpenNote Code - Distributed under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License Other OpenNote licenses are available for purchase from the author © Jacob Liscom 2013
J. Liscom - Supreme Programmer Kam Bnkamalesh - His TODO project heavily influenced my UI design Microsoft - For making terrible products Evernote - For making better products in a slightly evil way