Public Preview of Docsify-This

It’s officially official! I’ve just made public preview available of my open source Docsify-This project, which provides tech-savvy educators and open publishers a quick way to display Markdown files as standalone Web pages without needing to setup your own Docsify site🎉

Docsify-This screenshot
Figure 1 - Docsify-This Web app

Give it a go at https://docsify-this.net with your own hosted Markdown files, or join me nerding-out a bit with some examples.

Docsify Open Publishing Starter Kit GitHub README file:
https://github.com/hibbitts-design/docsify-open-course-starter-kit/blob/main/README.md

Raw Markdown file URL:
https://raw.githubusercontent.com/hibbitts-design/docsify-open-course-starter-kit/main/README.md

Displayed as a Standalone page:
https://docsify-this.net/?basePath=https://raw.githubusercontent.com/hibbitts-design/docsify-open-course-starter-kit/main/#/

Displayed as a Standalone page with Table of Contents:
https://docsify-this.net/?basePath=https://raw.githubusercontent.com/hibbitts-design/docsify-open-course-starter-kit/main/&toc=true#/

By displaying a Markdown file as a standalone Web page, http://docsify-this.net also provides a great way to embed open content into other platforms and tools - such as Canvas LMS, Moodle, MSTeams etc.

As a more complex example, here is a university course web site stored on GitHub and displayed as a single page.

CPT-363 User Interface Design GitHub README file:
https://github.com/paulhibbitts/cpt-363-user-interface-design/blob/main/README.md

Raw Markdown file URL:
https://raw.githubusercontent.com/paulhibbitts/cpt-363-user-interface-design/main/README.md

Displayed as a Standalone page, with Table of Contents:
https://docsify-this.net/?basePath=https://raw.githubusercontent.com/paulhibbitts/cpt-363-user-interface-design/main/&toc=true#/

And all of this is done by a single Markdown file and Docsify-This🚀

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