"Reflect is an e-learning extension for Evernote. Reflect makes it easy to remember the important stuff in your Evernote account by feeding it back to you on a schedule, in bite-sized chunks. I initially build Reflect on asp.net mvc 5 but moved to mono as I wanted to run it on NancyFx on Linux and Postgres. Currently I'm in the process of porting it over to asp.net core 2.1. It's served from a Dokku server. The app also serves as the back-end for a Xamarin.iOS app. "
Project website: https://reflectapp.io
Creator website: https://fluxmatix.com/en
Project twitter: GetReflect
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"The inspiration for this project To share the collection of Tips for Visual Studio that I have gathered and use What it does Shows how to use features of Visual Stu…"
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