A web application to easily, flexibly, and incrementally develop a CV that is viewable from the web, a mobile device, and optimized for printing.
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vitagen

A web application to easily, flexibly, and incrementally develop a CV that is viewable from the web, a mobile device, and optimized for printing.

Introduction

The following are the basic steps to get started with vitagen:

  1. Check out the trunk to a PHP-enabled directory
  2. Copy-paste index.inc.php.default to index.inc.php
  3. Edit index.inc.php to customize your page

Vitagen imposes relatively light requirements, detailed below.

User Information

First, uncomment and fill in details for the $user array. You will see how this changes the page title and header. There are optional features for LinkedIn, Flickr, and Google Analytics if you so choose (otherwise leave them commented/null). You can refer to the top of the index.php file to see how the default information is populated/used.

The tabs array and handler string setup the page tabs and callback function to implement the tab content. The keys of the tabs array will be sent to the callback function to identify the tab, whereas the value will title the tab. If there is only one value in this array, no tabs will be visible. The handler function should accept an id (key from the tabs array) and a prefix string to prepend to each line of outputted code (optional: just makes the resulting HTML nicer). Again, look to the top of the index.php file to see how the default page was generated, including a sample set of tabs and handler.

Useful Functions

The handler can output any tab content. However, a couple functions are provided to facilitate fast content development and improve aesthetic consistency. The first is misc_section, which takes as parameters a section title (string), content (string), and prefix for each line (string), and will produce a nicely formatted section. The second is misc_list, which takes as parameters an array of strings and, optionally, a prefix string, and produces a bulleted list.

Feel free to implement your own utility functions within the index.inc.php file.

Misc

The svn:ignore property has been set to facilitate certain patterns in the main directory. First, all PDFs are ignored, as well as the .project file (to help Eclipse users). The index.inc.php file is also ignored, such that you can make all the changes you want. Finally, an ignore directory can be optionally added to shield additional content from change detection. The intent is to allow users to customize the site and keep the source up to date without too much interference/hassle.