Awesome Markdown 🎉

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  • marktext

    📝A simple and elegant markdown editor, available for Linux, macOS and Windows.

    Most of us use the Visual Studio Code for our day to day coding usage. As that comes with a very rich extension marketplace and so on, obviously working on markdown can be severely progressive on that editor. As such, most of us use the VS Code for our markdown language related task. It has built in preview window for markdown also where we can get the live preview of our markdown file side by side. Writing on the markdown can be super enjoyable by using many extensions from the VS Code extension packages also. Plus it is lightweight also which provides an easy accessibility to anyone. We can also use online based markdown editor also. Some mentionable of them can be, StackEdit, Dillinger, typora etc. When we use these editor, we have to remember the syntax of the markdown as well. However, as all the syntax of the markdown is pretty easy, we don't usually need to worry about that at all. If we forget any syntax during the work, we can simply search for the syntax on the internet and we can also use any suitable template from the internet as well. Now coming to the point, as a tech-enthusiasts, I often find myself experimenting many software, gadgets and so on. One day, I get a nice project on the GitHub trending page, and from there I checked that repository. The project really caught my attention. The project is marktext.

  • pages-gem

    A simple Ruby Gem to bootstrap dependencies for setting up and maintaining a local Jekyll environment in sync with GitHub Pages

    We use this markdown almost everyday in our day to day coding task. Writing down the documentation in a README.md file is a common phenomenon to those who use GIT regularly, specially in GitHub or GitLab. Markdown has become a must item in any open-source project nowadays. When we get a project on GitHub, the first thing we do is we read the project description and then we directly go to the README.md preview where each essential introduction about the project are kept, whether it can be a detailed description of the project, how we can install the project, how we can use the project, how we can improve the project and so on. The README.md on the root branch of any project is considered as the landing page of a project. GitHub Page is a nice addition to our day to day life. We can make static website easily and without any hassle just using the Markdown. By using markdown, we can create websites from very simple template based to very beautiful one later. All of these can be possible within a very short amount of time if we simply use markdown for that. That also make the site easy to manage and improve. In a sentence, markdown has become a common and essential day to day task to almost many of us.

  • InfluxDB

    Power Real-Time Data Analytics at Scale. Get real-time insights from all types of time series data with InfluxDB. Ingest, query, and analyze billions of data points in real-time with unbounded cardinality.

  • Puts Debuggerer

    Ruby library for improved puts debugging, automatically displaying bonus useful information such as source line number and source code.

    We use this markdown almost everyday in our day to day coding task. Writing down the documentation in a README.md file is a common phenomenon to those who use GIT regularly, specially in GitHub or GitLab. Markdown has become a must item in any open-source project nowadays. When we get a project on GitHub, the first thing we do is we read the project description and then we directly go to the README.md preview where each essential introduction about the project are kept, whether it can be a detailed description of the project, how we can install the project, how we can use the project, how we can improve the project and so on. The README.md on the root branch of any project is considered as the landing page of a project. GitHub Page is a nice addition to our day to day life. We can make static website easily and without any hassle just using the Markdown. By using markdown, we can create websites from very simple template based to very beautiful one later. All of these can be possible within a very short amount of time if we simply use markdown for that. That also make the site easy to manage and improve. In a sentence, markdown has become a common and essential day to day task to almost many of us.

  • dillinger

    The last Markdown editor, ever.

    Most of us use the Visual Studio Code for our day to day coding usage. As that comes with a very rich extension marketplace and so on, obviously working on markdown can be severely progressive on that editor. As such, most of us use the VS Code for our markdown language related task. It has built in preview window for markdown also where we can get the live preview of our markdown file side by side. Writing on the markdown can be super enjoyable by using many extensions from the VS Code extension packages also. Plus it is lightweight also which provides an easy accessibility to anyone. We can also use online based markdown editor also. Some mentionable of them can be, StackEdit, Dillinger, typora etc. When we use these editor, we have to remember the syntax of the markdown as well. However, as all the syntax of the markdown is pretty easy, we don't usually need to worry about that at all. If we forget any syntax during the work, we can simply search for the syntax on the internet and we can also use any suitable template from the internet as well. Now coming to the point, as a tech-enthusiasts, I often find myself experimenting many software, gadgets and so on. One day, I get a nice project on the GitHub trending page, and from there I checked that repository. The project really caught my attention. The project is marktext.

  • Visual Studio Code

    Visual Studio Code

    Most of us use the Visual Studio Code for our day to day coding usage. As that comes with a very rich extension marketplace and so on, obviously working on markdown can be severely progressive on that editor. As such, most of us use the VS Code for our markdown language related task. It has built in preview window for markdown also where we can get the live preview of our markdown file side by side. Writing on the markdown can be super enjoyable by using many extensions from the VS Code extension packages also. Plus it is lightweight also which provides an easy accessibility to anyone. We can also use online based markdown editor also. Some mentionable of them can be, StackEdit, Dillinger, typora etc. When we use these editor, we have to remember the syntax of the markdown as well. However, as all the syntax of the markdown is pretty easy, we don't usually need to worry about that at all. If we forget any syntax during the work, we can simply search for the syntax on the internet and we can also use any suitable template from the internet as well. Now coming to the point, as a tech-enthusiasts, I often find myself experimenting many software, gadgets and so on. One day, I get a nice project on the GitHub trending page, and from there I checked that repository. The project really caught my attention. The project is marktext.

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