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Plugins and Bundles

Expand the possibilities of MarkMyWords

By developing and using your own plugins, you can add any features you like to MarkMyWords to make your workflow even more efficient. On the right side you will find examples for the four supported script-languages: PHP, Perl, Python and Ruby. Also a developer-documentations can be downloaded to guide you in creating your own plugins.

Dev-Ressources


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PHP Example

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Perl Example

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Python Example

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Ruby Example
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Alphabetical sort
Date: 24.03.15
download Automatically sorts selection alphabetically
Amazon Book
Date: 24.03.15
download Retrieve informations about a book from Amazon
Amazon DVD
Date: 24.03.15
download Retrieve informations about a dvd from Amazon
Amazon Music
Date: 24.03.15
download Retrieve informations about a music-cd from Amazon
Autocount
Date: 24.03.15
download Automatically adds linenumbers to selection
HTMLToBBCode
Date: 24.03.15
download
CleanMMDTable
Date: 24.03.15
download
CSV2MMDTable
Date: 24.03.15
download
List Folder-Contents
Date: 24.03.15
download Lists the contents of a specified folder
FTP-Uploader
Date: 24.03.15
download Uploads the current document to a specified FTP-Destination
Insert Date
Date: 24.03.15
download Inserts the current date at cursor-postion
Lowercase
Date: 24.03.15
download Transforms the selection to lowercase
Markdownify
Date: 24.03.15
download
MMD2PDF
Date: 24.03.15
download
Sort Published
Date: 24.03.15
download
TextCounter
Date: 24.03.15
download Counts characters and words and places the result at the end of the current article.
Uppercase
Date: 24.03.15
download Transforms the selection to uppercase
URL shortener
Date: 24.03.15
download Script to shorten URLs using goo.gl

Bundles, the power of Cocoa at your will

Bundles gives you the option to add features to MarkMyWords by using the powerful Cocoa-Framework and the Objective-C programming-language. With bundles there is also the option to add own addiotional interface-elements to MarkMyWords to support in your workflow. Under the Dev-Reesources the documentation for building your own bundles and an example project to start right off are available. The available bundles for download are nice examples what can be achieved with bundles.

Dev-Ressources


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Cocoa Example

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download NoteC
Date: 24.03.15
The NoteC-Bundle gives you access to your folders with collections of notes and also can display those.
download PicsMove
Date: 24.03.15
The PicsMove-Bundle gives quick access to your pictures right from your editor. Read the instruction how to use this bundle from the startup-image.
download TableHelperMMD
Date: 24.03.15
This bundle helps in creating and editing tables formatted in MultiMarkdown. To import a table, simply select it your document and hit the "Import selected table"-Button. To write the table to your document, hit the "Export table to selection"-Button.