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I'm working on Markane — a command-line tool + language server for note-taking with Markdown
4 projects | /r/Markdown | 11 Jan 2023
However, the built-in previewer doesn't support citations (which is a Pandoc-specific feature), so if you need (to preview) them you can use an alternative Pandoc-based Markdown preview, for example Document Preview (by me) or Markdown Preview Enhanced (not by me). Both support Mermaid, mine might be a bit harder to set up right now as it's not well documented yet. If you don't care about citations you should be fine using built-in previewer though.
how to use Mathjax as the default markdown rendering method in VS code
2 projects | /r/vscode | 19 Jun 2022
I am thinking about this question for a long time... In GitHub vscode issues, this post said that the developers of the vscode don't have a plan to support Mathjax in the near future. However, in Markdown Preview Enhanced extension, the author of this extension provided Mathjax as one of the math rendering options MPE. The reason why I didn't use this extension is that it has an annoying bug when I tried to use the autonumbering function to reference my equations. Details can be seen in this issue page post.
VS Code Extensions For Python Developers.
6 projects | dev.to | 21 Apr 2022
Different flavors of content management
9 projects | dev.to | 28 Aug 2023
But, when your CMS is based on Markdown files, you can use whatever editor you want. For example, if you use Nuxt as your CMS, everyone can choose which editor they prefer. It can be Visual Studio Code, FrontMatter CMS, or maybe Nuxt Studio. Everyone can pick the app they like the most.
Seeking the Perfect CMS for Custom Coded Websites with Static Site Generators: KirbyCMS, NetlifyCMS, or Something Else?
2 projects | /r/webdev | 5 Apr 2023
I've created Front Matter CMS for your static-website
2 projects | /r/SideProject | 9 Nov 2022
GitHub: https://github.com/estruyf/vscode-front-matter Website: https://frontmatter.codes
Yes, SvelteKit for the frontend (win)! But what about a CMS dashboard for clients?
14 projects | dev.to | 2 Nov 2022
My Blog Setup and Writing Process
2 projects | /r/gohugo | 25 Sep 2022
Have you looked at https://frontmatter.codes/ as a CMS in VSCode? It's really nice to work with for Hugo sites.
What is the best content management system (CMS) for hugo ?
3 projects | /r/gohugo | 15 Sep 2022
Use GitLab Web IDE and learn Markdown. It is free, open source and the mobile experience is decent. From there, take a look at https://frontmatter.codes/ in GitPod.io or locally in VSCode, not great on mobile but very powerful, free and open source. I also like https://cloudcannon.com which isn't free or open source, but it is an excellent live editing CMS for Hugo and the mobile experience is really nice.
What are the weirdest CMS you've seen used to host content?
6 projects | /r/web_design | 12 May 2022
As it turns out VSCode can be insanely powerful if one sets it up carefully. The Front Matter extension can be enough in itself to manage a blog. The power tools extension can do useful stuff, like it can copy the formatted path of a changed image to clipboard which allows the client to just copy an image to a folder and press ctrl+v anywhere in a markdown file to paste the image there in markdown format. VSCode snippets in tandem with svelte components can do complex and easily usable stuff, and of course there can be simple buttons in vs code for example to build the static site and deploy it to their server.
CMS for HTML CSS blog site
5 projects | /r/webdev | 19 Jan 2022
And those who want to conveniently manage the content can take a look at https://frontmatter.codes.
What are some alternatives?
marp-vscode - Marp for VS Code: Create slide deck written in Marp Markdown on VS Code
vscode-md-table-rainbow - A VS Code extension that colorizes table columns in Markdown for clarity.
log4brains - ✍️ Log and publish your architecture decisions (ADR)
Hugo - The world’s fastest framework for building websites.
vscode-markdown-editor - A vscode extension to make your vscode become a full-featured WYSIWYG markdown editor
gutenberg - A fast static site generator in a single binary with everything built-in. https://www.getzola.org
Bracket-Pair-Colorizer-2 - Bracket Colorizer Extension for VSCode
single-page-markdown-website - :hot_pepper: Create a nice single-page documentation website from one or more Markdown files
elderjs - Elder.js is an opinionated static site generator and web framework for Svelte built with SEO in mind.
habanero-bee - Habanero Bee is a simple AMP-compliant CMS system that makes it easy to create content using Google Sheets.
Ghost - Independent technology for modern publishing, memberships, subscriptions and newsletters.