Twinkle Notes is a privacy-first personal knowledge base with end-to-end encrypted syncing. Notes are stored in encrypted sqlite3 files (SQLCipher). For further information, see https://twinkle.app
We decide to open source the app because we believe
- You should trust code only when data privacy matters;
- Security bugs are easier to find when code is published.
START APP SERVER
Twinkle Notes can be developed with any text editor, and then test and debug it inside browser as a web app. To run twinkle notes as a standalone app server, first make sure you have both
twinkle-notes checked out under the same directory. Then
cd twinkle-notes ln -s ../twinkle-lisp/lisp . ../twinkle-lisp/twk launch control --port ,6782
Now you can use twinkle notes as a webapp from browser
The "backend" is implemented inside directory
site-lisp, and "frontend" in
web. They are the core of the app, and where the majority of our time is spent.
Twinkle Notes app server can be embedded within an application, which only includes a webview to display app UI. On Android/iOS/Mac, we use system provided webview to minimize memory footprint; On windows/linux, we have no choice but to use chromium embedded framework.
src/** for platform specific implementations.
Unless specified individually or originated from other projects, files from this project are released under AGPL license (See LICENSE).