The editor and preview dual-pane setup typical of desktop Markdown editors are gone; instead, a singular interface makes for a WYSIWYG experience. This streamlines the workflow and encourages direct manipulation.
GPL3 license is applied to the current version and will be applied in the future to meet the internal dual licensing scheme. Commercial use follows Apache license v2 (APLv2) for keeping the GPL license and non-commercial use under consideration.
The software was initially developed in Korean for Korean users and later translated and ported to English. The translation to English has not been perfect and there may be some weird expressions and grammatical errors along the way.
Most feature rich markdown preview among editors, you can import PDF right inside document, using @import you can run python, it's like having IPython/Jupyter support, full math support, full LaTeX (even entire document) support. Tikz, Viz, GnuPlot, UML, etc.
Frustratingly difficult to figure out how to use as a markdown editor. Search on Web and nothing. It's obvious it's some sort of universal scripting editor and you have to install packages to get it to do anything. Once configured properly it will work but there's no information on what...