I am looking for a good Markdown editor to keep track of what I am reading and learning online to improve my web developer skills and stay in touch with latest technologies.
As I read sometimes huge amounts of information daily, I would like to keep track of just important bits and pieces from what I'm reading, not just bookmarks, lists of links or full articles. I would like to be as efficient as possible, and be able to use advantages of a Markdown editor, like this one on Stack Overflow website, but be able to paste text copied from web browser including the links too like in a WYSIWYG editor.
I have to mention that I use tools like Evernote, TagSpaces and mindmapping tools intensely like Freemind/Freeplane, but they lack what I really need to accomplish this.
As a web developer/programmer, I need tools to facilitate my own development too learning and keeping track of what I'm learning, not just tools to write code. Sometimes when you start learning like a new programming language, you glue information and code together and you may end-up with a small script/software, that you find after a while, you might not be able to redo-it from scratch as easily because you don't have a strong foundation. But easy accessible short and relevant information, well structured would allow you to do that, and I don't mean plain text when I'm referring to this.
Is there any Windows/Linux Markdown editor / WYSIWYG editor that allows these two things:
- easy internal linking between articles/files, maybe having suggestion list with internal links to already existing content that contain the inserted text that you want to transform into a link, same as on Wikipedia visual editor
- pasting rich text copied from browser in such a way that preserves the links, maybe also converting it to markdown code style?
Or any good idea/solution? Like using 2 good tools together? Or a rich text converter to Markdown text?