I’ve really enjoyed using Joplin, and it has worked well for me on a Mac. I’ve always wanted to be able to clip pages from Safari, however. I finally started to develop a Safari App Extension a while back and managed to get something working.
One item to note: It does operate differently than the Chrome/Firefox Extension, in that the “Clip” buttons operate immediately. There is no “Confirm” step after selecting your Clip option.
Overall, while definitely beta-level code, it is stable enough for daily use. It’s been great to be able to use Safari to clip content into Joplin and not have to jump over to Chrome.
Unfortunately, my timing could not have been worse, thanks to the recent WWDC2020 announcement of Web Extensions coming to Safari. I wanted to put a little more polish on this and clean up the code some more (it’s my first real App Extension). I suspect that eventually this will be replaced by the Chrome/Firefox Clipper updated for Safari, so I figured I’d release it now and hope people get some use from it.
Initial release is here: https://github.com/cweirup/JoplinSafariWebClipper/releases/download/v0.1.2/Joplin.Clipper.zip
Github Repo here: https://github.com/cweirup/JoplinSafariWebClipper