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Babelmark 2 online Markdown checker

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/11/07

Some markdown tools have their own page online allowing you to experiment with their rendering; [WayBack] markdown-it demo is one of them.

I was looking for a page showing the renderings of many engines in order to improve my markdown writing skills.

I found the [WayBackbabelmark2 online markdown checker, which works great.

  • It runs the markdown through various processors showing either the log with HTML produced, or a view of the rendered output.
  • It has one limitation: 1000 characters of markdown text so the markdown rendering servers will not get overloaded.

Documentation is at [WayBack] Babelmark 2 – FAQ.

In addition, this is also very useful: [WayBack] markdownlint demo Demo for [WayBack] GitHub – DavidAnson/markdownlint: A Node.js style checker and lint tool for Markdown/CommonMark files.

Note that the Visual Studio Code markdownlint support, uses the above markdownlint, which is a different one than the Ruby based [WayBack] GitHub – markdownlint/markdownlint: Markdown lint tool.

Both are far easier to use than [WayBack] GitHub – michelf/mdtest: Test suite for Markdown implementations.



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