Everything you need; nothing you don't. Obsidian has been a huge asset to me as an ADHD professional developing controls for Accelerator Beamlines. I used to bristle at being told to 'just take notes' or to 'make a list'. Now I'm an avid note taker who's less frequently overwhelm...
ProBig and helpful community
ProNot locked to a provider
ProCommunity of developers building themes and plug-ins
ProCross-platform: works on Linux, MacOS, Windows, Android and iOS
ProMarkdown makes for flatter learning curve
ProLightweight and very customizable
ProLocally stored, not dependent on cloud
ConRequires .md files
Before I found out anything about markdown, I used to use Zim Desktop on Linux, but although it did handle tables in a similar way, it wasn’t a great editor in the end. I had a look at a few markdown apps, including Obsidian, but found some of the UI frustrating to use and very lacking in feature set. Jopl...
ProTimed alarm reminder for to-do lists
ProSupports tags for notes
ProSupports file attachments
JS Page comes with the TOAST UI markdown editor. You can save markdown to html too.
ProThe markdown editor itself is using TOAST UI Editor
ProSupport node integration and Node VM
ProDrag and drop to add multiple script tags
ProIt has HTML editor
ProIt has webpage viewer with the dev tools
ProYou can read and write a file with the program without Node.js
ProIt comes with code formatter
ConIt might be too heavy and many feature if you just want the markdown editor.
ConThis is actually not an IDE
ConIt is not free
ConYou need a steam account