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The languages it currently supports are Java, Kotlin, Groovy, and Swift, but you can absolutely use Orchid without any of those and just use Orchid for your Markdown content and its other features. And it does support auto-deploy to GitLab!

The tutorials on orchid.run/ are the best place to start. The "Basic Usage Tutorials" are a good intro to the main concepts, and the "Advanced" ones are more condensed overviews of using Orchid for a specific purpose, and they all have sample projects to follow along with. I'd recommend starting with the Kotlin documentation tutorial, as it should give you a good idea of what you could do with Orchid.

And feel free to reach out on our Gitter Chat, I'd be more than happy to discuss further to see if Orchid meets your needs and to help you get started!

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