Hello, I'm a TypeScript lover in Japan but in this article I'll show you how to preview markdown (as is, GitHub flavored markdown(GFM)) at my workspace.
# install gfm-preview $ npm install --global gfm-preview # preview your markdown $ preview file.md
Then you'll see a preview in your default browser like this:
When writing markdown, I always concern about the result of GitHub markdown rendering. So I often copy markdown and paste it to GitHub Gist then I see some typos and rewrite and copy-paste it...damn!
So I wrote gfm-preview today :)
preview command automatically do this:
- Launch a local preview server
- Open a preview in your default browser
- Render markdown by GitHub API
- Watch changes and reload the preview
- Close the local preview server when the preview is closed
Then my writing markdown scenario goes to:
$ touch file.md $ preview file.md
So fun! No stuff!
My workspace uses GitHub Enterprise, so I
preview like this:
$ preview file.md --github-api-url https://ghe-host:port/api/v3
Add an alias to
alias preview='preview --github-api-url https://ghe-host:port/api/v3'
$ preview file.md # uses GHE API by alias
I'm new to OSS and want to communicate with contributors!
Thank you for your reading my article!
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