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markx - Convert Markdown, Jade, and more to static HTML with Node.js

thechangelog:

Markx from Greg Allen is a command line tool for creating static web sites from Markdown and Jade and includes built in live preview and syntax highlighting.

# convert markdown and code blocks to html
$ markx blog.md > blog.html

# convert jade to html
$ markx index.jade > index.html

# convert markdown with jade template to html
$ markx --template template.jade blog.md > blog.html

# live preview of your markdown file
$ markx --preview 8001 blog.md

# live preview of your markdown file with a custom header/footer
$ markx --preview 8001 --head head.html --foot foot.html blog.md

Syntax highlighting is provided by Ivan Sagalaev’s Highlight.js which supports most of the usual suspects.

Check the source on GitHub for installation and usage.

(Source: thechangelog)

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It’s amazing! #pdf.js realizes  isomorphism between pdf and html5!

It’s amazing! #pdf.js realizes isomorphism between pdf and html5!

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List.js

carnotaurus:

Do you want a 7 KB cross-browser native JavaScript that makes your plain HTML lists super flexible, searchable, sortable and filterable? Yeah! Do you also want the possibility to add, edit and remove items by dead simple templating? Hell yeah!

This looks pretty powerful. I wonder how it performs against 50,000 or so records.

(Source: decodering, via carnotaurus)

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Linux Game Consortium: HTML5 Developer Conference – Sept. 27, San Francisco

linuxgameconsortium:

HTML5 

Today, the Silicon Valley International Game Developers Association is announcing the world’s first-ever HTML5 developer conference, and Ubergizmo is a media partner of this event.

The conference, which will take place on September 27 at the Westin Hotel in San Francisco, will…

(Source: ubergizmo.com, via linuxgamenews)

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The Semantic Grid System: Page Layout For Tomorrow

carnotaurus:

The innovations that LESS brings to CSS are the foundation for a powerful new approach to constructing page layouts. That approach is the The Semantic Grid System. This new breed of CSS grid shines where the others fall short:

  1. It’s semantic;
  2. It can be either fixed or fluid;
  3. It’s responsive;
  4. It allows the number of columns, column widths and gutter widths to be modified instantly, directly in the style sheet.

I would never dream of using CSS markup like #header. To understand the reason not to do so, one must appreciate that developers target web controls using that class attribute and not ID. This is because when an ID for a control is dynamically generated server-side, the client-side ID is indeterminate.

(Source: decodering, via carnotaurus)

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QR

Can someone verify that this is wactbprot.tumblr.com (I don’t use a mobile ^_^) ?

It’s the dashboard of course; THX freitagvormittag!

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HTML5-Handbuch - Webkompetenz

  • 744 Seiten
  • Nov 2010 erschienen
  • Franzis Verlag
  • Stefan Münz -> selfhtml

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