logo
down
shadow

Customize {{#markdown}} behavior in Meteor


Customize {{#markdown}} behavior in Meteor

By : anas darkal
Date : November 17 2020, 12:01 PM
Hope this helps I love Markdown. The concept is one of the most elegant and useful I've come across in my few years as a programmer. So I was excited to see Meteor implement a Showdown package and let me use it with the {{#markdown}} block helper. , Why not implement your very own markdown helper:
code :
// this is based on showdown package in spark branch
Handlebars.registerHelper('markdown', function (options) {
  return UI.block(function () {
    var self = this;
    return function () {
      var renderer = new marked.Renderer();
      var text = UI.toRawText(self.__content, self /* parentComponent */);
      return HTML.Raw(marked(trimIndentation(text), { renderer: renderer }));
    };
  });
});
function trimIndentation(text) {
  var regexp = null,
      result = "";
  return text.split('\n').map(function (line) {
    var match = (regexp || /(\s*)(\s*[^\s]+.*)/).exec(line);
    if (match) {
      !regexp && (regexp = new RegExp("(\\s{" + match[1].length + "})(.*)"));
      return match[2];
    }
    return line;
  }).join('\n');
}


Share : facebook icon twitter icon
How to customize php-markdown link syntax

How to customize php-markdown link syntax


By : Juan Oropeza
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
How does one actually use Markdown with Meteor

How does one actually use Markdown with Meteor


By : SteffV
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Does that help Everything inside markdown is considered markdown so make sure you do this:
code :
{{#markdown}}{{>innerPreview}}{{/markdown}}
{{#markdown}}
    {{>innerPreview}}
{{/markdown}}
Template.hello.markdown_data = function() {return Session.get("markdown_data")});
{{#markdown}}{{{markdown_data}}}{{/markdown}}
Meteor {{#markdown}}

Meteor {{#markdown}}


By : Rohit Soni
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
help you fix your problem I am making a forum with markdown support. , You can write global helper, which will strip all html tags:
code :
function stripHTML(string){
      s = string.replace(/(<([^>]+)>)/ig, '');
      return s;
}
Template.registerHelper('stripHTML', stripHTML)
{{#markdown}}{{stripHTML content}}{{/markdown}}
stripHTML("<div>Inside dive</div> Text outside")
Customize appearance of emacs markdown-mode

Customize appearance of emacs markdown-mode


By : Rahul
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this helpful for you It looks like the faces you want to customize are markdown-pre-face (for indented code blocks) and markdown-inline-code-face (for inline code).
Both of these faces can be changed via customize-face if you so choose.
Customize Automated R Markdown Reports

Customize Automated R Markdown Reports


By : user3525385
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps . So I have no idea whether this is the most efficient solution (probably not). Also it was not completely clear for me what code you want to run exactly, so below you find someting general which you have to adjust a bit to your specific situation.
If I understand correctly you want to run the markdown at least twice with slightly different settings. What I would do is indeed using params and create a function, which specifies the render. I think you had it almost right, but I am unsure about you label, value and choices part. So that is the thing I would change.
code :
author: "VickiB"
date: "Dec 24, 2019"
params: 
    hub: "TOR"
    title: "Some basic title"
output: html_document
---
title: `r params$title`
---
if(params$hub == "MTL"){
YOUR PLOT CODE FOR PLOT 2
}
render_html_fun <- function(hub_in){
  rmarkdown::render('FILE LOCATION WHERE YOU SAVE THE RMD FILE.Rmd',
                    output_file = paste0('SOME TITLE', hub_in, "_", Sys.Date(), '.html'),
                    params = list(hub = hub_in,
                                  title = paste0("SOME BASIC TITLE", hub_in)))
}
hubs_input <- c("TOR", "MTL")
library(purrr)
walk(hubs_input, render_html_fun)
shadow
Privacy Policy - Terms - Contact Us © festivalmusicasacra.org