I'm going to use Joplin as a notes application (instead of OneNote).
It's a long time I wanted for something like Joplin: opensource, not coupled to a web giant, and without illimited storage: storage has a price, we should pay for it.
This dev is to provide an online view of my Joplin notes.
It's running on a "Django server", running beside a configured & running Joplin terminal app.
Mainly a viewer. I need to access my notes online.
About edition (create, edit, delete) of notes... not for now.
And I expect implementing tag edition, because I use them to find easily my notes (so if I cannot find one note fats enough, I want to be able to edit its tags).
If you visit the github page you'll find some instructions to install your own server.
On the readme, quick instructions for starting in a django project (if you're used to).
Or you also have a full step-by-step guide to setup a full web server for joplin vieweb (with nginx).
Hey I just wanted to make sure you knew just in case! There are actually twojoplin-web projects, the post-fork and prefork one, and I think the prefork was a bit simpler than the repo that's up there now).
You're doing great, no need to be shy -- you sharing your work with everyone is awesome
As you can see, you can read, but the interface is not responsive.
I think I'll do it one day, but it's not my main use case (Github enh).
Edit: I've just had a look to OneNote on the web on mobile to get inspired about mobile navigation between notebooks, pages and notes. In fact it's not well designed for mobile! Just use the mobile in landscape mode.
I tried with joplin-vieweb (I didn't get the idea before, shame on me;-)), and it's not so bad (the headers of the accordion overlap a little):