How to install Marker Markdown Editor on Ubuntu
Marker is a free and open source markdown editor for Linux. Using this you can edit and view markdown documents and convert markdown to HTML and LaTeX. Some other useful features are mermaid diagrams support, charter for plot support and syntax highlighting support for code blocks. You can also export your document to PDF, RTF, ODT and DOCX. It also comes with custom CSS and syntax themes, build in sketch editor, TeX math support and SciDwon support. It is releasd under GNU General Public License v3.0.
Install Marker Markdown Editor on Ubuntu:
You can install Marker Markdown Editor on Ubuntu via flatpak package files. First install flatpak on your Ubuntu system using the below link.
After the installation and successful setup of flatpak and flathub, open ther terminal app (ctrl+alt+t) and run this marker installation command.
flatpak install flathub com.github.fabiocolacio.marker
During the installation type y and press the enter key to confirm the installation. Then run this command to start Maker Markdown Editor
flatpak run com.github.fabiocolacio.marker
If you want to uninstall, just run this
sudo flatpak uninstall com.github.fabiocolacio.marker