Marked – Markdown Preview App by Brett Terpstra

When my friend Brett Terpstra told me he released an app, my immediate response was, “I’m in.” Brett has brought us some amazing donation-ware, including my beloved NValt. To be honest, I’d buy Brett’s new app just on principle. Marked (App Store Link) opens Markdown, MultiMarkdown, text, and HTML files and previews them as HTML documents. It watches the source document for changes and live updates. This means you just got live Markdown preview for any text editor for just 3 bucks and you are helping out a swell guy while you are at it. Go get it.

5 Comments Marked – Markdown Preview App by Brett Terpstra

  1. Editor@InklingBooks.com

    Terrific idea!

    It'd be great to use this with Scrivener, but it hides individual documents inside a closed folder and gives them odd names. Is there a way to get Marked to monitor one of them without a lot of hassle?

    Even better, of course, would be automatically monitoring whatever individual document the user has selected via the binder, but that'd probably require hooks inside Scrivener.

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  2. Editor@InklingBooks.com

    Terrific idea!

    It'd be great to use this with Scrivener, but it hides individual documents inside a closed folder and gives them odd names. Is there a way to get Marked to monitor one of them without a lot of hassle?

    Even better, of course, would be automatically monitoring whatever individual document the user has selected via the binder, but that'd probably require hooks inside Scrivener.

    Reply
  3. Editor@InklingBooks.com

    Terrific idea!

    It'd be great to use this with Scrivener, but it hides individual documents inside a closed folder and gives them odd names. Is there a way to get Marked to monitor one of them without a lot of hassle?

    Even better, of course, would be automatically monitoring whatever individual document the user has selected via the binder, but that'd probably require hooks inside Scrivener.

    Reply
  4. Editor@InklingBooks.com

    Terrific idea!

    It'd be great to use this with Scrivener, but it hides individual documents inside a closed folder and gives them odd names. Is there a way to get Marked to monitor one of them without a lot of hassle?

    Even better, of course, would be automatically monitoring whatever individual document the user has selected via the binder, but that'd probably require hooks inside Scrivener.

    Reply
  5. Editor@InklingBooks.com

    Terrific idea!

    It'd be great to use this with Scrivener, but it hides individual documents inside a closed folder and gives them odd names. Is there a way to get Marked to monitor one of them without a lot of hassle?

    Even better, of course, would be automatically monitoring whatever individual document the user has selected via the binder, but that'd probably require hooks inside Scrivener.

    Reply

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