I used a template for a resume that was really easy to host on my domain. You write some JSON and it spits out html, there's also a way to save as pdf. Here's a repo.
Over 400 software engineering companies that are easy to apply to
This GitHub repo has a list of of companies that don't expect a 15 page application of the same crap on your resume.
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