Exploring and Building Open [Source] Software for Tech-savvy Educators and OER Publishers

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Docsify-This.net version 1.3 is now available. Highlights include support for #Markdown footnotes (with thanks and appreciation to GitHub user sy-records), two Docsify-This Markdown templates and further use of local assets for tracker-free rendering when displaying standard Markdown files (thanks for the valuable input @mandrasch@social.tchncs.de).

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Docsify-This.net version 1.2.2 is now available. Highlights include support for page annotation using Hypothes.is and improved responsive rendering of embedded H5P content.

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Docsify-This.net version 1.2.1 is now available, with an improved page layout selector (including visual previews), a color preview area next to the link color hexcode field, and with special thanks to the respective Docsify Plugin authors KaTeX (mathematical equations) + Mermaid Diagrams support, both of which are provided with the GitHub Markdown editor.

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🎉Version 1.0 Released🎉

The Docsify-This project gives tech-curious educators and open publishers the ability to display #Markdown files as web pages in seconds. Leverage Markdown content and workflows without needing to set up a website.

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Give it a go at https://docsify-this.net with your own Markdown files stored on GitHub or publicly available elsewhere, or join me nerding-out a bit with the following examples.

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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🎉

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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.

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Recently I tweeted about a new experiment to provide people a way to render public Markdown files using Docsify, without needing to setup their own Docsify instance, and I thought I would share them here:

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Recently I tweeted about the launch of my online CMPT-363 User Interface Design course this summer, and I thought I would share them here:

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Recently I tweeted about creating a new Docsify example project to demonstrate how a single Docsify instance can render Markdown content from multiple sources, and I thought I would share them here:

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Recently I tweeted about support of the Docsify Table of Contents Plugin for my Docsify Open Course Starter Kit, and I thought I would share them here:

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Recently I tweeted about the official first preview release of my new Docsify Open MultiCourse Starter Kit, and I thought I would share it here: