github-markdown-render - Display Markdown formatted documents on your local web server using GitHub's Markdown rendering API and CSS to mimic the visuals of GitHub itself

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Display Markdown formatted documents on your local development web server using GitHub's Markdown Rendering API and CSS to mimic the visual display on GitHub itself. Handy for authoring/previewing README.md files (or any Markdown for that matter) in project repositories, hopefully avoiding noisy git push actions in commit logs due to excessive typos/errors.

https://github.com/magnetikonline/github-markdown-render

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