Reactive Resume - resume builder
Found this free and open source resume builder (I think on reddit)
Its written in Node
It does appear that they have only implemented Firebase environment variables for deployment
& also appears to be missing LDAP (it has Google sign in or anonymously just to test the app...)
Maybe someone can estimate the amount of refactoring / additional work needed?
Might be worth the effort? Maybe not?
The solution does look nice and generally useful...
@plusone-nick Looks pretty. I like to see CVs/Resumes in Markdown though
@marcusquinn I am currently using CodiMD to generate Markdown to HTML and then hosting in Surfer for my resume - it gets the job done
@plusone-nick Nice - you've got the job!!
CodiMD definitely has the broadest MD syntax support I've seen. I just wish every MD app supported all the same, as they all have quirks when working across multiple of them.
I have a blog post coming soon on all of this
@marcusquinn Project listed on resume: building & self-hosting resume +1
I will keep an eye out for your blog post
@plusone-nick I'll spam the forum when I finally have the courage to make the new Ghost blog live. Giving myself a target of this month.
There will be plenty of plugs for Cloudron in it, not even for the referral, just to try and tear people away from GAFAM/MAGFA dependency
Basically, giving away all my software & services research and knowledge as an FAQ for all the things I end up over-explaining to too many people to save repeating
@marcusquinn Kudos +1 im interested =]
Ive been writing a script for a cloudron overview and tutorial (video) hopefully will record it soon and will of course post it here
Checkout ScreenFlow if you don't already know — most decent Udemy courses seem to be made to use it.
Filmore Scrn is a decent cheaper option too.
Looks like they have a new one in the works too: Demo Creator