Ever since I saw GitHub's tweet about Profile readmes, I've had the idea of creating a GUI tool for it. I've seen a couple of generators but I didn't find them exciting enough. Last week I finally got the time to create one. It took me almost 7 days to release the first version and I personally feel very proud of my work.
Here is a quick demo:
This tool contains small components that you can hook together to create your perfect readme. I've tried to compile many creative components by developers from around the world. It has a very flexible layout that allows you to place your components wherever you want in the readme.
- Lets you add gifs and provides options to resize and align them
- Provides checkboxes for adding your skills
- By simply adding your social handles, social badges are generated
- Allows to you add your blog posts dynamically
- Provides a visitor counter
- Allows multi-column flexible layout
If this project gets some heat, I plan on adding dynamic feeds from Twitter and Instagram directly in the readme.
I used Gatsby (TypeScript) with AntDesign UI Library. It was my first time using AntDesign and I've already fallen in love with it.
I'm Rishav, a full-time full-stack freelance developer
👨💻 working remotely since 2013 🚀
🔭I’m currently working on Github Profilinator
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