A data linking and conversion tool based on Markdown, solving data conversion between different tools and coordination between some common tools.
Some use cases include:
- Publishing notes online, such as generating content required by the hexo blog from the joplin note tool and publishing it to the internet https://blog.rxliuli.com/
- Publishing a novel online, such as generating a novel website from local markdown files for release, https://tts.liuli.moe/
- Packaging a novel as an epub file, for example packaging To the Stars as an epub, making it is easy to read offline after downloading, https://github.com/liuli-moe/to-the-stars/releases
Some previous use cases from the community include:
- joplin => hugo for generating a blog
- joplin => jeykll for generating a blog
- And possibly others...
Why not use existing tools
I've already used many tools to handle different tasks, but they are all based on markdown, for example
- Using joplin to record notes
- Using hexo to write a blog
- Using vitepress to generate a documentation site
- Using docusaurus to generate an SEO-friendly novel website
- Using pandoc to generate epub
What really bothers me is when using docusaurus, each novel requires a bunch of configurations, which is very annoying. Therefore, I hope there is a better tool that can be used out of the box.
Here are two examples:
Thanks to ChatGPT, mark-magic now has a board lady.