Cross-platform HTML5 NotePost client, for use with NW.js on the desktop and Cordova on mobile.
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README.md

NotePost App

This is a client app for NotePost. It has some offline capabilities and can be built for most platforms by using Apache Cordova for mobile devices or NW.js for PCs.

Platform Support

Tested and should work on:

  • Android 5+ (up-to-date WebView implementation required)
  • Linux (amd64 and i386)

Not tested but should work on:

  • Raspberry Pi (using a custom build of NW.js like this one)
  • Windows
  • MacOS (we don’t currently offer Mac builds, see below)

There are no official builds for Mac for a few reasons: we don’t own any Mac computers; Mac builds are about 4x the size of the other builds; and the best Mac build we could get working on a Linux build server was a ZIP file. If you want official Mac builds, you’ll need to write a working Jenkins build script.

If you want an iOS build, donate $100 for an Apple Developer account. The framework this app uses has an iOS stylesheet, so it’ll even look native.

Building for NW.js

Since this is a webapp, there isn’t really a build process.

  1. Install Yarn, and run ./yarninstall.sh to grab dependencies.
  2. Get NW.js and unpack it into a folder (we’ll use ~/nw.js).
  3. Move to the www folder in this repository and run ~/nw.js/nw .
  4. The process is basically the same for other OSes, just use the appropriate version of NW.js.

Building for Cordova/Android

This assumes you have Cordova and a working Android SDK installed.

  1. Install Yarn, and run ./yarninstall.sh to grab dependencies.
  2. Run ./removebloat.sh to cut the APK size in half.
  3. Run cordova platform add android.
  4. Run cordova build android --release.