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:necktie: :briefcase: Build fast :rocket: and easy multiple beautiful resumes and create your best C...

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:necktie: :briefcase: Build fast :rocket: and easy multiple beautiful resumes and create your best CV ever!

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Prerequisite

  1. It is required to have Node.js with version 8.5.0 or higher. To see what version of Node.js is installed on your machine type the following command in the terminal:
node -v
  1. If you do not have installed Node.js in your machine then go to this link in order to install node.

How to use

  1. Clone this repository.
git clone https://github.com/salomonelli/best-resume-ever.git
  1. Go to the cloned directory (e.g.

cd best-resume-ever

). 2.

Run

npm install

. 3.

Customize your resume in the

resume/

directory: edit your data

data.yml

and replace the default profile-picture

id.jpg

with your picture. Rename your picture as

id.jpg

and copy it in the

resume/

directory. 4.

Preview resumes with

npm run dev

. The command will start a server instance and listen on port 8080. Open (http://localhost:8080/home) in your browser. The page will show some resume previews. To see the preview of your resume, with your picture and data, click on one layout that you like and the resume will be opened in the same window.

Resume previews

  1. Export your resume as pdf by running the command
    npm run export
    . In order to avoid errors due to the concurrency of two
    npm run
    commands, stop the execution of the previus
    npm run dev
    and then type the export command.

All resumes will be exported to the

pdf/

folder.

Creating and Updating Templates

Please read the developer docs on how to create or update templates.

Contribute

Feel free to add your own templates, language supports, fix bugs or improve the docs. Any kind of help is appreciated! If you make any kind of changes to an existing template, please commit them as new templates.

Credits

This project uses several open source packages:


sarasteiert.com  ·  GitHub @salomonelli  ·  Twitter @salomonelli

License

MIT

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