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showoff - Don't just present; interact with your audience!

  •    Javascript

Showoff is a slideshow presentation tool with a twist. It runs as a web application, with audience interactivity features. This means that your audience can follow along in their own browsers, can download supplemental materials, can participate in quizzes or polls, post questions for the presenter, etc. By default, their slideshows will synchronize with the presenter, but they can switch to self-navigation mode.Showoff allows you to author your presentation slides in Markdown, then organize them with a showoff.json file. This file also contains metadata about the presentation, such as the title, any password protection, etc.

commonmark - Markdown parser for PHP based on the CommonMark spec.

  •    PHP

league/commonmark is a PHP-based Markdown parser created by Colin O'Dell which supports the full CommonMark spec. It is based on the CommonMark JS reference implementation by John MacFarlane (@jgm).Note: See Versioning for important information on which version constraints you should use.

markdig - A fast, powerful, CommonMark compliant, extensible Markdown processor for .NET

  •    CSharp

Markdig is a fast, powerful, CommonMark compliant, extensible Markdown processor for .NET.While there is not yet a dedicated documentation, you can find from the specs documentation how to use these extensions.




dox - JavaScript documentation generator for node using markdown and jsdoc

  •    Javascript

Dox is a JavaScript documentation generator written with node. Dox no longer generates an opinionated structure or style for your docs, it simply gives you a JSON representation, allowing you to use markdown and JSDoc-style tags.This output can then be passed to a template for rendering. Look below at the "Properties" section for details.

woofmark - :dog2: Barking up the DOM tree

  •    Javascript

Barking up the DOM tree. A modular, progressive, and beautiful Markdown and HTML editor

word-to-markdown - A ruby gem to liberate content from Microsoft Word documents

  •    Ruby

Our default content publishing workflow is terribly broken. We've all been trained to make paper, yet today, content authored once is more commonly consumed in multiple formats, and rarely, if ever, does it embody physical form. Put another way, our go-to content authoring workflow remains relatively unchanged since it was conceived in the early 80s. I'm asked regularly by government employees — knowledge workers who fire up a desktop word processor as the first step to any project — for an automated pipeline to convert Microsoft Word documents to Markdown, the lingua franca of the internet, but as my recent foray into building just such a converter proves, it's not that simple.

patat - Terminal-based presentations using Pandoc

  •    Haskell

patat (Presentations Atop The ANSI Terminal) is a small tool that allows you to show presentations using only an ANSI terminal. It does not require ncurses. You can also find generic linux binaries here: https://github.com/jaspervdj/patat/releases.


github-markdown-toc - Easy TOC creation for GitHub README.md

  •    Shell

gh-md-toc — is for you if you want to generate TOC for README.md or GitHub's wiki page and don't want to install any additional software.It's more solid, reliable and with ability of a parallel processing. And absolutely without dependencies.

eme - Elegant Markdown Editor.

  •    Javascript

Pull requests are always welcome! Check out the these issues to get started fast.

marked - A markdown parser and compiler. Built for speed.

  •    HTML

A full-featured markdown parser and compiler, written in JavaScript. Built for speed.String of markdown source to be compiled.

markdown-it - Markdown parser, done right

  •    Javascript

Markdown parser done right. Fast and easy to extend.(*) presets define combinations of active rules and options. Can be "commonmark", "zero" or "default" (if skipped). See API docs for more details.

github-markdown-css - The minimal amount of CSS to replicate the GitHub Markdown style

  •    HTML

Import the github-markdown.css file and add a markdown-body class to the container of your rendered Markdown and set a width for it. GitHub uses 980px width and 45px padding, and 15px padding for mobile.See generate-github-markdown-css for how it's generated and ability to generate your own.

Mermaid - Generation of diagram and flowchart from text in a similar manner as markdown

  •    Javascript

Generation of diagrams and flowcharts from text in a similar manner as markdown. Ever wanted to simplify documentation and avoid heavy tools like Visio when explaining your code? This is why mermaid was born, a simple markdown-like script language for generating charts from text via javascript.

harp - Static Site Server/Generator with built-in preprocessing

  •    Javascript

Harp is a static web server that also serves Jade, Markdown, EJS, Less, Stylus, Sass, and CoffeeScript as HTML, CSS, and JavaScript without any configuration. It supports the beloved layout/partial paradigm and it has flexible metadata and global objects for traversing the file system and injecting custom data into templates. Optionally, Harp can also compile your project down to static assets for hosting behind any valid HTTP server. Pre-compilers are becoming extremely powerful and shipping front-ends as static assets has many upsides. It's simple, it's easy to maintain, it's low risk, easy to scale, and requires low cognitive overhead. I wanted a lightweight web server that was powerful enough for me to abandon web frameworks for dead simple front-end publishing.

dillinger - The last Markdown editor, ever.

  •    Javascript

Dillinger is a cloud-enabled, mobile-ready, offline-storage, AngularJS powered HTML5 Markdown editor. The overriding design goal for Markdown's formatting syntax is to make it as readable as possible. The idea is that a Markdown-formatted document should be publishable as-is, as plain text, without looking like it's been marked up with tags or formatting instructions.

craftinginterpreters - Repository for the book "Crafting Interpreters"

  •    HTML

This is the repo used for the in-progress book "Crafting Interpreters". It contains the Markdown text of the book, full implementations of both interpreters, as well as the build system to weave the two together into the final site. One of the absolute best things about writing a book online and putting it out there before it's done is that people like you have been kind enough to give me feedback, point out typos, and find other errors or unclear text.

game-programming-patterns - Source repo for the book

  •    HTML

Note: Now that the book is done, I'm not actively working on it. There are only so many hours in the day, and I have other projects that need my love, including a new book. This means I'm not responding to issues and pull requests here. However, I do intend to circle back and do a second edition at some point, so please do continue to file bugs.

doctoc - 📜 Generates table of contents for markdown files inside local git repository

  •    Javascript

Generates table of contents for markdown files inside local git repository. Links are compatible with anchors generated by github or other sites via a command line flag. In its simplest usage, you can pass one or more files or folders to the doctoc command. This will update the TOCs of each file specified as well as of each markdown file found by recursively searching each folder. Below are some examples.