The Linux Foundation’s open source Zephyr Project received considerable attention at this February’s Embedded Linux Conference (ELC). Although there are still no shipping products running this lightweight real-time operating system (RTOS) for microcontrollers, Fabien Parent and Neil Armstrong of the French embedded firm BayLibre shared their experiences in developing a wearable device that may end up being the first Zephyr-based consumer electronics product.
Mozilla Firefox 53 has been released, and is now available to download right now. The latest release of the popular open-source web-browser ships with two new compact themes, reader mode improvements, and updated site permission requests. Mozilla Firefox 52 began the process of removing support for Netscape Plugin API (NPAPI) plugins, disabling them by default but letting users to dive […]
The Internet of Things (IoT) is one of the new kids on the block. It promises connection of sensors and actuators to the internet, for data to flow both ways, and once on the internet, to become part of new and exciting business systems, reaching up into the realms of big data and artificial intelligence. more>>
If Thunderbird looked like the design you see above would there be any question on whether Ubuntu should drop it from the default install? I think not. Now, admittedly, I’m perhaps not a typical Thunderbird user, but I do still use desktop email clients from time to time. I rarely use Thunderbird (and the last time I did it […]
Facebook has open sourced its advanced deep learning framework Caffe2. The framework offers great flexibility to build high-performance developments along with scalability and ...
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Pat Riehecky from Fermilab has announced the release of Scientific Linux 6.9. The open source Linux distribution has upgraded Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) ...
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Facebook has expanded its developer tool lineup by launching open source framework Litho. The new development is designed to let developers build smooth UIs ...
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Docker has announced its partnership with enterprise IT giants including Avanade, Cisco, HPE and Microsoft to build Modernise Traditional Applications (MTA) programme. The new ...
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There are builds available on the site for Ubuntu, Arch Linux but if you are running distribution other than these then download source and compile it.
It takes notes in markdown with live previewer and saved instantly, while it make sure your source is highlighted correctly as it has over 100 languages syntax. You can choose storage location from menu section, and menu allows you to define hotkeys, and tweak the interface (choose light or dark theme).
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- Highlight syntax to 100+ languages
- Tag notes
- Search option makes it easier
- Group notes in folder
- Dark and Light theme for UI
- Hotkeys support
- Export notes to .txt or .md(Markdown)
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ZTE, the leading international provider of telecom, enterprise and consumer technology solutions, has joined DPDK (data plane development kit) project by the Linux Foundation. ...