What's a great self hosted markdown editor where you can collaborate on notes and share them? HedgeDoc!
HedgeDoc (formerly known as CodiMD) is an open-source, web-based, self-hosted, collaborative markdown editor. You can use it to easily collaborate on notes, graphs and even presentations in real-time. All you need to do is to share your note-link to your co-workers and they’re ready to go.
These are the main, core features that make HedgeDoc so great!
You don’t need extra software. The editor runs in your browser.
Stay in control of your data. Keep it on your server.
Collaborate in real-time with friends, family and colleagues.
Use HedgeDoc to build and present slides in markdown. Powered by reveal.js!
Graphs & diagrams
HedgeDoc supports many types of graphs, diagrams and embedded content.
Easy to use permission system
Manage permissions of your notes with a simple drop-down selection.
Revisions keep track of changes to your notes and even let you revert to any older version.
Low system requirements
HedgeDoc doesn’t need much resources. It even runs smooth on a Raspberry Pi!
You can easily install and deploy HedgeDoc using this Docker Compose stack.
version: "3" services: mariadb: image: lscr.io/linuxserver/mariadb:latest container_name: hedgedoc_mariadb restart: always volumes: - /docker/hedgedoc/db:/config environment: - MYSQL_ROOT_PASSWORD=SuperS3cretP@ss - MYSQL_DATABASE=hedgedoc - MYSQL_USER=hedgedoc - MYSQL_PASSWORD=SuperS3cretP@ss - PGID=1000 - PUID=1000 - TZ=America/Denver hedgedoc: image: lscr.io/linuxserver/hedgedoc:latest container_name: hedgedoc restart: always depends_on: - mariadb volumes: - /docker/hedgedoc:/config environment: - DB_HOST=mariadb - DB_USER=hedgedoc - DB_PASS=SuperS3cretP@ss - DB_NAME=hedgedoc - DB_PORT=3306 - PGID=1000 - PUID=1000 - TZ=America/Denver - CMD_DOMAIN=192.168.0.1 - CMD_URL_ADDPORT=true #optional - CMD_PROTOCOL_USESSL=false #optional - CMD_PORT=3000 #optional ports: - "3000:3000"
You might have to change some volumes and the CMD_DOMAIN to your server IP or domain name. For more detailed installation instructions, please see the HedgeDoc documentation website.
You can then go to the server IP on port 3000 to create a user account and begin creating notes.
Sometimes I use HedgeDoc to mock-up posts for Noted. I can easily copy and paste the content over to Ghost when I am finished.
HedgeDoc can be used for simple notes to very complex notes, to-do lists, slideshows, presentations and more. HedgeDoc is a powerful tool for those looking for a note taking app that is easy to use but packs a ton of valuable features.
If you find HedgeDoc useful, be sure to give it a star on the HedgeDoc Github repo!