Using Markdown on Replit
Markdown is a lightweight markup language with plain text formatting syntax. It is designed to be easy to read and write, and it converts to valid HTML. Some use cases of Markdown include documentation, project descriptions, text formatting in social media posts, and more. In this tutorial, all major topics including advanced markdown rules will be covered.
Static blog with Nix
In this tutorial, we will detail how you can use Replit to write and publish a blog or website. This can be a solo endeavour or a group or company blog. We'll build on the versatile Nix repl, using a static site generator called Hugo to ensure our site is fast, secure and flexible. We'll also use some repl tricks which will allow us to develop and host our blog without ever leaving Replit.
How to use Excalidraw with Replit
Excalidraw is an open-source tool, similar to a digital whiteboard, that allows you to sketch diagrams with a hand-drawn feel to them. You can check out https://excalidraw.com/ to learn more about it.
How to make a Replit template
If your Repl can be used as a good starting point for other project, you might want to submit it as a template! Let's learn what a Replit template is and how to make a good one.
Import a project from Heroku
With Replit, you can write and host your code all in the same place.
Packaging software with Nix
Replit's repls are powered by Nix. Nix is a tool for managing software packages and system configurations. The Nix community also maintains the Nix Packages Collection (Nixpkgs), Nix's official package repository. It contains over 50,000 projects. Chances are high that the software you need is already in there! You can search for packages on the NixOS website (DuckDuckGo users can use the !nixpkg bang command).
Playing audio on Replit
Learn how to use audio on Replit by watching this video or read on below.
While you can use nearly any package or library on Replit, we have also built several of our own. You can read more about these here.