I was considering making this installment of WeeklyFinds about cool form utilities.
But, as the new GitHub feature has brought so many cool projects and ideas to the table, I will be featuring github-readme-stats, "Dynamically generated stats for your GitHub readmes".
It does not only work for GitHub readme, but you can also use it here on DEV.to, and I imagine other markdown renderers as well.
Go check it out, and give some love. ❤️
GitHub Readme Stats
Get dynamically generated GitHub stats on your readmes!
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GitHub Stats Card
Copy paste this into your markdown content, and that's it. Simple!
?username= value to your GitHub's username.
[![Anurag's github stats](https://github-readme-stats.vercel.app/api?username=anuraghazra)](https://github.com/anuraghazra/github-readme-stats)
Note: Ranks are calculated based on user's stats, see src/calculateRank.js
Hiding individual stats
To hide any specific stats, you can pass a query parameter
?hide= with comma separated values.
![Anurag's github stats](https://github-readme-stats.vercel.app/api?username=anuraghazra&hide=contribs,prs)
Adding private contributions count to total commits count
You can add the count of all your private contributions to the total commits count by using the query parameter