Search and read stackoverflow and its sisters’ sites (by thanhvg)

Emacs-howdoyou Alternatives

Similar projects and alternatives to emacs-howdoyou based on common topics and language

  • GitHub repo md4rd

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  • GitHub repo emacs-reddigg

    Browse reddit in emacs org-mode.

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  • GitHub repo ox-hugo

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Posts where emacs-howdoyou has been mentioned. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects - the last one was on 2021-02-21.
  • [ANN] reddigg: browse reddit in emacs org-mode.
    reddit.com/r/emacs | 2021-02-21
    However I found org-mode is great for content presentation. For the web we have html, for emacs we have org-mode. Org-mode is great for reading and fast for navigation. Creating org-mode based solutions feels just like creating a web app. I can also embed elisp commands to org-mode to handle click/enter events or whatever. And since it is just org-mode I can save the buffer to a normal org file or I can invoke reddigg links/commands from any org buffer too. Beside reddigg I have a similar one for stackoverflow (https://github.com/thanhvg/emacs-howdoyou) and one for hackernews (https://github.com/thanhvg/emacs-hnreader) that I'm using everyday. These packages all use org-mode as the view layer.


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