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How Evernote’s XML Export Format Works

Evernote notes can be exported from our Windows and Mac clients using two different formats: HTML and ENEX. Learn more about ENEX and XML files. Read More

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How Evernote’s Image Recognition Works

Evernote’s ability to search for text within images is a popular feature. In this post, we’ll describe how the process works. Read More

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An Inside Look at Type Ahead Search in Evernote

In this blog post we touch upon some of the implementation details in bringing Type Ahead Search to life in Evernote. Read More

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Building Apache Thrift on Mac OS X

We’ve found that building the Thrift compiler on OS X can be challenging. To help you, here are the basic steps to build Thrift from source on OS X. Read More

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Protecting your data: the broken drives edition

In previous posts, we talked about data protection. Here we talk about what we do when hard drives fails and what that means for user data. Read More

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WhySQL?

In this post we'll talk about why our data is stored in SQL databases and why we have our own hardware instead of hosting Evernote in the cloud. Read More

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Evernote Indexing System

Learn more about the Evernote Indexing System, which is designed to extend Evernote search capabilities beyond text documents into media files. Read More

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So API Together: Evernote and Thrift

Find out why we decided to go with Facebook's Thrift framework to build our API. Read More

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A Digest of Evernote’s Architecture

In this article, we get things started with a coarse-grained overview of the physical makeup of the Evernote service Read More

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