The eno notation language

eno is a structured, plain-text notation language, related in many ways to its ancestors and relatives JSON, YAML, TOML, ArchieML, StrictYAML, and others. Through its simple syntax and versatile nature it targets a wide audience, both in regards to cultural background as well as technical ability. As a modern foundational technology for file-based content it enables highly productive and reliable application development, and the possibility to create file-based content applications for a wider and more diverse user audience than was previously possible.

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A rich collection of example documents you can interactively modify and study.

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Specification

Encoding, file extension, MIME type and all the implementation details.

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