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atom-beautify - :lipstick: Universal beautification package for Atom editor (:warning: Currently migrating to https://github

  •    CoffeeScript

Atom-Beautify respects the core.telemetryConsent configuration option from Atom editor. If you do not wish to have usage data sent to Google Analytics then please set core.telemetryConsent to no or undecided option before using Atom-Beautify. See Anonymous Analytics section of docs for details. Thank you. Atom-Beautify is going to be completely rewritten with Unibeautify at its core! See unibeautify branch for work in progress and Issue #1174.

mdx - JSX in Markdown for ambitious projects

  •    Javascript

Markdown for the component era. MDX is a format that lets you seamlessly use JSX in your Markdown documents. You can import components, like interactive charts or notifs, and export metadata. This makes writing long-form content with components a blast 🚀.

react-markdown - Markdown component for React

  •    Javascript

react-markdown is a Markdown component for React using remark. There are other ways for markdown in React out there so why use this one? The two main reasons are that they often rely on dangerouslySetInnerHTML or have bugs with how they handle markdown. react-markdown uses a syntax tree to build the virtual dom which allows for updating only the changing DOM instead of completely overwriting. react-markdown is 100% CommonMark (optionally GFM) compliant and has extensions to support custom syntax.

markdown-to-jsx - 🏭 The most lightweight, customizable React markdown component.

  •    Javascript

The most lightweight, customizable React markdown component. Any HTML tags rendered by the compiler and/or <Markdown> component can be overridden to include additional props or even a different HTML representation entirely.

twoslash - You take some Shiki, add a hint of TypeScript compiler, and 🎉 incredible static code samples

  •    TypeScript

You take some Shiki, add a hint of TypeScript compiler, and 🎉 incredible statically generated code samples. The site extensions and examples are excluded from the workspace. To work on those, cd to their folders and read instructions.

gatsby-mdx - Gatsby+MDX • Transformers, CMS UI Extensions, and Ecosystem Components for ambitious projects

  •    Javascript

Gatsby-MDX is a fully featured MDX transformer, runtime, and ecosystem integrations for ambitious projects. It integrates MDX with Gatsby to enable rich JAMStack applications. Using gatsby-mdx you can build interactive software documentation sites, apply design system components to rendered markdown and more... See CONTRIBUTING.md.

vfile - Virtual file format for text processing used in @unifiedjs

  •    Javascript

vfile is a small and browser friendly virtual file format that tracks metadata (such as a file’s path and value) and messages. It was made specifically for unified and generally for the common task of parsing, transforming, and serializing data, where vfile handles everything about the document being compiled. This is useful for example when building linters, compilers, static site generators, or other build tools. vfile is part of the unified collective.

linter-remark - Check markdown with remark in atom

  •    Javascript

Atom linter for remark.If you just want remark-lint, check out linter-markdown.

remark-contributors - remark plugin to inject a given list of contributors into a table in a markdown file

  •    Javascript

remark plugin to inject a given list of contributors into a table in a markdown file.By default this package searches for the contributors field in your project's package.json.

remark-react - Compile Markdown to React with remark

  •    HTML

remark-react compiles markdown to React. Built on remark, an extensively tested and pluggable parser.Why? Using innerHTML and dangerouslySetInnerHTML in React.js is a common cause of XSS attacks: user input can include script tags and other kinds of active content that reaches across domains and harms security. remark-react builds a DOM in React, using React.createElement: this means that you can display parsed & formatted Markdown content in an application without using dangerouslySetInnerHTML.

remark-react-component - Render Markdown in React, in a component.

  •    Javascript

Render Markdown in React, in a component.This uses remark-react under the hood, so it does not use dangerouslySetInnerHTML, which means it doesn't do any innerHTML and has a smaller surface for security vulnerabilities than other approaches: its HTML output is guided by React's strict rules.

awesome-lint - Linter for Awesome lists

  •    Javascript

Intended to make it easier to create and maintain Awesome lists.Includes a bunch of general Markdown rules and some Awesome specific rules.

rehype-react - Rehype compiler plugin to convert HAST into React virtual DOM

  •    Javascript

Compiles HAST to React with rehype. The following example shows how to create a markdown input textarea, and corresponding rendered HTML output. The markdown is processed to add a Table of Contents and to render GitHub mentions (and other cool GH features), and to highlight code blocks.

gatsby-remark-graph - Make nice graphs in your markdown files in gatsbyjs, using mermaid

  •    Javascript

Make nice graphs in your markdown files in gatsbyjs, using mermaid. Here is a basic demo, which also uses my starter template.

remark-emoji - Remark markdown transformer to replace :emoji: in text

  •    Javascript

This is a remark plugin to replace :emoji: to real UTF-8 emojis in text. Setting to true means that an extra whitespace is added after emoji. This is useful when browser handle emojis with half character length and following character is hidden. Default value is false.

remarker - :arrow_forward: Remark cli

  •    Javascript

remark is a simple, in-browser, markdown-driven slideshow tool. remarker is a command line tool for building a remark-based slideshow page very easily. Invoke remarker command.

remark-lint-code - Lint fenced code blocks by corresponding language tags

  •    Javascript

This is a pluggable remark-lint rule which allows various linters to be run against fenced code blocks in markdown based on their language tag. The module exports a function which takes an options object which can be used to configure the plugin, then it returns another function which receives the AST node for the fenced code block and an object describing the file that is currently being linted.

remark-boilerplate - A boilerplate to create presentations using remark, Gulp, Stylus and more.

  •    Javascript

This is a boilerplate to use remark easily with Gulp, Jade and Stylus. To know more about remark and how to use, read the docs here.

remark-lint-no-dead-urls - Ensure that external links in your Markdown are alive

  •    Javascript

remark-lint plugin to ensure that external URLs in your Markdown are alive. Uses check-links to check URLs for liveness.