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Show HN: Pandoc Markdown CSS Theme
4 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 27 Jun 2021
Maybe HTML-Sheets-of-Paper is for you?
There used to be a package named Markdown-themeable-pdf, which could turn unruly todos and html into corporate, paginated Documents with metric margins to go. That was back when Atom still had an ecosystem, but it's archived over here. An example:
What are some alternatives?
github - :octocat: Git and GitHub integration for Atom
IBM-Z-zOS - The helpful and handy location for finding and sharing z/OS files, which are not included in the product.
markdown-to-pdf - Markdown to PDF converter (WIP)
pdf2htmlEX - Convert PDF to HTML without losing text or format.
razor-templates-pdf-report - Razor Templates examples including generate PDF Reports in Linx using HTML templates and a small command-line tool called "wkhtmltopdf"
HTML-Sheets-of-Paper - Word processor in your browser using HTML and CSS (for invoices, legal notices, etc.)
markdown-preview-enhanced - One of the 'BEST' markdown preview extensions for Atom editor!
url-to-pdf-api - Web page PDF/PNG rendering done right. Self-hosted service for rendering receipts, invoices, or any content.
Bulk-Crap-Uninstaller - Remove large amounts of unwanted applications quickly.
pystitcher - pystitcher stitches your PDF files together, generating nice customizable bookmarks for you using a declarative markdown file as input
dogx - Documentation Generator X
org-special-block-extras - A number of new custom blocks and link types for Emacs' Org-mode ^_^