resume-cli

CLI tool to easily setup a new resume 📑

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resume-cli

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This is the command line tool for JSON Resume, the open source initiative to create a JSON-based standard for resumes.

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Getting Started

Install the command-line tool:

npm install -g resume-cli

Commands at a glance

commanddescription
initInitialize a resume.json file
validateSchema validation test your resume.json
export [fileName.html]Export locally to .html
serveServe resume at http://localhost:4000/

Usage

resume --help

Show a list of options and commands for the CLI.

resume init

Creates a new resume.json file in your current working directory.

Complete the resume.json with your text editor. Be sure to follow the schema (available at http://jsonresume.org).

resume validate

Validates your resume.json against our schema tests to ensure it complies with the standard. Tries to identify where any errors may be occurring.

resume export [fileName]

Exports your resume locally in a stylized HTML or PDF format.

A list of available themes can be found here: http://jsonresume.org/themes/

Please npm install the theme you wish to use locally before attempting to export it.

Options:

  • --format <file type> Example: --format pdf
  • --theme <name> Example: --theme even

resume serve

Starts a web server that serves your local resume.json. It will live reload when you make edits to your resume.json.

Options:

  • --port <port>
  • --theme <name>

When developing themes, simply change into your theme directory and run resume serve --theme . (which tells it to run the local folder as the specified theme)

supported resume input types

  • json: via JSON.parse.
  • yaml: via yaml-js
  • quaff: if --resume is a directory, then the path is passed to quaff and the resulting json is used as the resume. quaff supports a variety of formats in the directory, including javascript modules.

resume data

  • Setting --resume - tells the cli to read resume data from standard input (stdin), and defaults --type to application/json.
  • Setting --resume <path> reads resume data from path.
  • Leaving --resume unset defaults to reading from resume.json on the current working directory.

resume mime types

Supported resume data mime types are:

  • application/json
  • text/yaml

Development

to test the cli, run the dev script:

npm run dev -- [cli arguments can be passed after the double-dash]

License

Available under the MIT license.

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