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Devume is the hackable JSON resume. Fork it, tweak it, deploy it!

Devume ships with Webpack for code bundling, Handlebars for templating, and a JSON file you can update with your own resume data. Together they provide a very lightweight system for quickly creating a resume you can host at your own domain.

See Example Devume

##Dependencies NodeJS 4.x

##Installation & Getting Started Once you've cloned down your forked copy cd into the project folder and follow these steps:

  1. Run npm install
  2. Rename resume-example.json to resume.json and rename config-example.json to config.json
  3. Run npm start

##Local Development Run npm start, make changes, save, and Webpack will hot-reload. :)


  • Config.json - This file is located in app/config.json. Here you can update the title tag for your resume as well as set the theme.
  • Resume - The resume-example.json file is loosely based on the schema from Rename it resume.json and add your info.
  • Templates - There are 2 templates included, "textual" and "boxed" (default).
    • To switch to a different theme update of app/config.json with the name of the template.
    • If you'd like to edit a theme or create your own, duplicate one of them and give it a name. Then update app/config.json with the new theme name. Duplication will ensure if you pull from upstream you won't have conflicts.
  • Styles - All styling should be performed in the Stylus file index.styl inside of the template you duplicated. Normalize.css and skeleton.css are imported for base browser reset and some light default stylings respectively. Skeleton is primarily utilized for typography and layout.

##Deployment With

Simple, single-command web publishing. Publish HTML, CSS, and JS for free, without leaving the command line.

The npm package surge has already been added as a development dependency. Surge does not have any type of account online. Everything is handled via the command line. :)

  1. To prepare your build execute: npm run production This will create a dist directory.
  2. CD into the dist directory and execute: surge and follow the prompts.

If you'd like to deploy to a specific domain add a file called CNAME to the dist directory with the domain you'd like to point to, ie Then add a CNAME record with your registrar. Full instructions on custom domains with Surge here:

##Issues If you have any issues whatsoever please submit them here:

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