Peerlist is a community of working professionals focused on building a personal brand, sharing professional content, and finding peers to collaborate with. A Peerlist profile can be used as a simple resume or a complete portfolio to showcase your work. You can style your
README.md with an awesome Peerlist markdown badge.
⬇️ Below are a few examples:
Warning The author might be biased above, but you get the point! 😉
🤝 How to use?
vinitshahdeo in the markdown with your Peerlist username. Get a Peerlist profile here if you don’t have one already!
🎨 Style your badge:)
Additionally it supports the styles. To use a different style: Replace
flat-square in the markdown with any of the styles below. 👇
🚥 Available styles
Note It’s always preferable to include a link to your Peerlist profile in the
🏃♂️ How to run locally?
- Install all depedencies
- Start the Express app
The above command will start a local server that listens on port
🎯 What’s next?
|Upcoming badge||Inspired from|
The above badge is dummy which can be retrieved using a query param:
The ultimate goal is to create a dymanic markdown badge that displays Peerlist followers count similar to the Twitter badge shown above. This is currently blocked on a public API to fetch the followers for a Peerlist user.
🚀 Want to contribute?
Do you want to pitch in? If so, please consider developing a web app that generates the markdown badge dynamically based on the Peerlist username entered by the user. There will be an option to copy the markdown text. You can take inspiration from the Badges Generator.