We are short before releasing Storex Hub into an experimental developer alpha release. Storex Hub is a storage and application platform for connected knowledge data that runs on your desktop device or (later) in the cloud.
It’s a bit like an offline-first Zapier that you own and where you can write small applications to structure, translate or share your Memex data in any imaginable way you want.
Making a Zapier integration could be one of those apps.
Some other cases we can see:
- Parse all liked Tweets and add them to Memex
- Parse all urls from Telegram channel to index and put them into a collection
- Create a todo-list entry in your favourite app for each page tagged with a specific tag
- Parse out all saved page’s content to auto-tag them, or create recommendation engine
Here is a demo where all pages tagged with a specific tag are published as a gist:
We are now starting to look for developers who would like to do alpha testing on this and have a great idea to implement a first app.
For anyone who is interested to build something, like the Zapier integration, leave us a note here!