A year ago I created an experimental web application to make it easier to learn Blender shortcuts. Since then I’ve been working on a new version and today, I’m officially releasing Application Shortcut Mapper: A visual shortcuts explorer for desktop applications.
It has support for multiple applications, versions, operating systems and different keyboard layouts. I’ve added Photoshop, Lightroom and Blender to start with, and I hope the internet helps out with adding a lot more applications.
The data is scraped from online documentation for Adobe applications. For Blender, all shortcuts are accessible via their python api, which makes it really really awesome because everything can be nicely exported.
It is completely open-source and hosted on GitHub pages. This has the benefit that all commits to the gh-pages branch are instantly hosted and viewable by everyone.
Check it out yo! http://waldobronchart.github.io/ShortcutMapper/