runzmd: Runnable Markdown for Tutorials and Demos

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  • runzmd

    Runnable Markdown for Tutorials and Demos

    I put together a library in Golang, called runzmd which lets you use Markdown in a literate programming style. Blockquotes and comments can specify associated actions, calling back into your Go code. This lets you create tutorials and scripts which can be viewed in a browser or run on the command line. We use this in the OpenZiti project for our tutorials and demos. I thought others might be interested in using the code or even just the concept.

  • go-term-markdown

    A markdown renderer package for the terminal

    I have a link in the readme, but I want to also shout it out here: the terminal markdown library this is built on is and it's pretty great.

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  • md-remote-commands

    Utility tool to expose through a web server some commands defined in a Markdown file.

    Same idea 😁 I got something similar with That's very fun to use Mardown like that. Congrats

  • yaegi-template

    Use yaegi as a template engine.

    I experimented with this as well:

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