This is deedy's awesome resume template, but without any TeX.
A simple three step installation process:
- Clone this repo (I'd recommend you to fork):
--depth 1 to avoid having to download unnecessary commits.
git clone https://github.com/bk2dcradle/jade-resume.git --depth 1
- Inside the
- (Optional) Initialize git submodules. These are the fonts Raleway and Lato. Note that these have considerable size (about 16 MB combined):
git submodule update --init --recursive
To fill in your entries, you need to edit
index.jade. You can check the sample to see how it should be filled.
Just go to the
jade-resume directory and do:
This will open a new tab/window in your default browser, you can use this to save the resume as PDF or preview changes. To change the contents, edit the
index.jade file. The corresponding tab/window should live reload on every save action on the
index.jade file. When are you satisfied with the changes, convert the page to PDF as mentioned below.
You can also use an external JSON file for adding text to the resume. In this case, its './data.json`.
To convert the web page to pdf, use the old Command + P (Ctrl + P) trick in Chrome. Settings should be as follows:
Jade format guide
Most of the information regarding formatting of
index.jade can be inferred by going through the same and checking it against the provided pdf. I will just point out some of the non obvious ones:
.left-columnsupports three kinds of lists
|Type of List||Jade|
|Bulleted with each element on one line||
|Bulleted with inline elements||
|Non Bulleted with each element in one line||
.right-columnsupports 1 type of unordered list, and 2 types of ordered list. The unordered one is the one you can see in the right column of the resume. The ordered ones are either of type
  ...or
1. 2. ...
tablecan be of any number of columns
- You can load data using a JSON file. In this case, I am loading some of the data from
data.jsonfor demonstration purposes
- You can use
.clearfixabove any element that becomes inline when it should not
- You can use
.no-overlapon any element to give it some
- There are three variants of
br, spacing increases from top to bottom: