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README.md

Stack Overflow theme for jsonresume npm version

Printable version with custom CSS

DEMO

Getting started

Install the command line

Create your resume in json on jsonresume

The official resume-cli to run the development server.

Go ahead and install it:

npm install -g resume-cli

Install and serve theme

Clone the repository

git clone https://github.com/francescoes/jsonresume-theme-stackoverflow.git

And simply run:

resume serve

You should now see this message:

Preview: http://localhost:4000
Press ctrl-c to stop

To build your own resume, create a 'resume.json' file in the current folder and follow the json resume schema

Social Profiles Icons

Profiles supported with brand colors:

github, stack overflow, linkedin, dribbble, twitter, facebook, pinterest, instagram, soundcloud, wordpress, youtube, flickr, google plus, tumblr, foursquare.

To have a social icon close the social link profile (or username) it is enough to set a network the name of the Social Network (es: 'Stack Overflow').

Support to extra fields

With stackoverflow theme it is possible to add:

  • keywords to each 'work', 'publication' and 'volunteer' item
  • summary to each 'interests' and 'education' item
  • location to each 'work', 'education' and 'volunteer' item
  • birth to 'basics'

example of the extra location object:

"location": {
  "city": "Zürich",
  "countryCode": "CH",
  "region": "Switzerland"
} 

example of the extra birth object:

"birth": {
  "place": "New York",
  "state": "USA",
  "date": "1988"
}

Contribution

Fork the project, add your feature (or fix your bug) and open a pull request OR

Open an issue if you find find or if you would like to have extra fields or changes

License

Available under the MIT license.