- A "Text Cell" lets you edit rich-text in-place. It supports images and links too.
- A "Code Cell" packs the awesome ACE code editor, with syntax highlighting support for 120+ languages, 20+ themes, automatic indent and outdent, code completion, and much more.
- A "Markdown Cell" lets you write in Markdown with inline formatting and custom CSS options.
- A "LaTeX Cell” uses MathJax to typeset mathematical equations in your notes.
- A “Diagram Cell” lets you create sequence diagrams and flowcharts from text.
# And this is a code cell set to the CoffeeScript mode hello = -> console.log 'Hello World!'
Markdown cells support standard Markdown syntax as well as GitHub Flavored Markdown (GFM). Open the preview to see these rendered.
- First ordered list item
- Another item
- Unordered sub-list.
- Actual numbers don't matter, just that it's a number
- Ordered sub-list
- And another item.
Peace cannot be kept by force; it can only be achieved by understanding.
You can also create a link to another note: (Note menu -> Copy Note Link -> Paste)
01 - Getting Started
|col 3 is||right-aligned||$1600|
|col 2 is||centered||$12|
|zebra stripes||are neat||$1|
GFM Task Lists
- a task list item
- list syntax required
- normal formatting, @mentions, #1234 refs
You can use inline LaTeX inside Markdown cells as well, for example, x^2.
LaTeX cells make it easy to typeset math equations. For example,
Open the preview to see how it's rendered.
Inline LaTeX is also supported, for example, x^2.
You can also add custom macros in Preferences, and they will be available in all LaTeX cells.
Title: Here is a title A->B: Normal line B-->C: Dashed line C->>D: Open arrow D-->>A: Dashed open arrow
st=>start: Start:>http://www.google.com[blank] e=>end:>http://www.google.com op1=>operation: My Operation sub1=>subroutine: My Subroutine cond=>condition: Yes or No?:>http://www.google.com io=>inputoutput: catch something... st->op1->cond cond(yes)->io->e cond(no)->sub1(right)->op1