You can showcase your Medium articles on your GitHub readme! GitHub recently released a new feature that allows you to create a Readme profile. It makes your GitHub profile look more professional and content-rich.
GitHub recently released a new feature that allows you to create a Readme profile, so you can now customize your GitHub profile page.
You can see an example on my GitHub profile:
My GitHub profile.
This feature is really nice. It makes your GitHub profile look more professional and content-rich. In the future, I expect GitHub to look like LinkedIn for developers.
In this readme, the user has included a list of their recently published Medium articles. But it’s only available on their profile. To achieve the same results, I need to copy their code, which takes time.
That’s the original idea behind this plug-in. I created a separate repository with a customized function. I then made the function more generic so everyone can add their recently published Medium articles to their GitHub readme.
To use this plug-in, you only need to add this script to your GitHub readme:
html <a target="_blank" href="https://github-readme-medium-recent-article.vercel.app/medium/@imantumorang/0"><img src="https://github-readme-medium-recent-article.vercel.app/medium/@imantumorang/0" alt="Recent Article 0">
So the format is:
medium-username: Your medium username/profile
article-index: Your recent article index (e.g.
0means your latest article)
The full steps can be seen in my repository. Also if you’ve found any issues, just open an issue or create a PR directly on that repository.
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