I definetly would need to see and edit my zim notebook (which is synced in
Dropbox) from Android as I do in Linux and Mac machines. Saving urls from
an Android browser to a zim note would be a very frequent operation in my
case. Having access to the task list would also be helpful. Other tools
such as creating HTML pages would not be as critical as I can wait for
doing that until I have access to a Linux or Mac desktop.
On Feb 10, 2016 9:46 AM, "Marco Cevoli" <marco.cev...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > I made a new wiki dedicated to android development, to avoid confusion
> > the existing desktop version. It is here:
> > https://github.com/jaap-karssenberg/zim-android-mockapp/wiki
> Ok, perfect!
> Regarding the app, what's the expected behaviour?
> Will users be able to create and edit a notebook from the app or is it
> Personally, I envision an app that can read one or more notebooks
> stored on OwnCloud or Dropbox (or a similar cloud storage), but you
> can also create a new notebook that will be stored in the same cloud
> space. Then users can read and edit the contents of those notebooks,
> as they would normally do on the desktop version (create and edit
> pages, attach files, images, etc.)
> What do other users think?
> Marco Cevoli
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