It is written in ClojureScript and is open source under the AGPL. The application is entirely front end in the browser, with some minor back end handling around Github and Google logins. You can sync your data to your own Github repo, or use the new Chrome Native File System API to read and write files directly from your desktop.
Tienson will tell us about the project and tech used, as well as show a demo of the app in action.
Video demo of Native File System API access
- LogSeq Discord Chat https://discord.gg/KpN4eHY
- Github https://github.com/logseq/logseq
- OpenCollective https://opencollective.com/logseq
Presented on Friday, April 9, 2021 12:00 AM