An open source Markdown editor for OS X, released under the MIT License. MacDown is heavily influenced by, the seemingly defunct, Mou offering a similar editor and live preview interface. It uses the Hoedown parser meaning it’s both efficient and highly configurable, including syntax highlighting in fenced code blocks with language identifiers, TeX-like math syntax, GFM task lists, Jekyll front-matter, and more. You can also provide custom CSS for PDF and HTML rendering to get the exact style you’re looking for.
To celebrate one of the most exciting WWDC events in recent memory, raywenderlich.com is excited to announce three brand new iOS books: SwiftUI by Tutorials, Combine: Asynchronous Programming with Swift, and Catalyst by Tutorials.
Learn how to build fluid and engaging declarative UI for your apps — using less code — with SwiftUI, how to master native asynchronous programming with Swift using the Combine framework and how to run iOS apps natively on macOS with Catalyst!
Our three new advanced iOS books are currently on sale and, when you get all three, you can save over 40% with our iOS Summer Bundle! It’s only available for a limited time, so be sure to take advantage of it before it’s gone.