This is a theme for JSON Resume. It is designed to hide detailed information until the user hovers over the summary. This ensures users can quickly get the gist of a resume but also have the details available to them.
JSON Resume is a schema for encoding resume details in a JSON file. Themes like this one then parse that file and generate a nice HTML resume from it.
The simplest way to use this theme is to simply call it up from JSON Resume's theme server:
resume serve --theme concise
You'll need JSON Resume's official resume-cli to serve a
resume.json using this theme.
To install it:
npm install -g resume-cli
This will install handlebars.js, which is needed for templating.
Inside the root folder, run this to generate and serve the theme HTML using your
You'll want to replace the default
resume.json with your own.
This theme does not HTML escape various inputs from resume.js, so you can add your own custom HTML to the fields in resume.js and they will modify the output. (the HTML used should be limited to formatting tags) or link tags to maintain styling). Generally, dates, titles for objects with associated URLs, and designated URL fields are escaped, i.e. cannot be supplemented with HTML.
If you would like to display all information without the auto-hide function (i.e. for exporting a PDF), simply generate an HTML file using
resume export <file>.html --theme concise and then change the JS variable
true in the (only) script at the bottom of the generated file.
Icons are automatically found for various profiles using the (lowercase) "network" field and Font Awesome's Brand Icons. If one of your profiles' icons doesn't show up, look for the correct icon / icon name here and change the network name to correspond to the correct icon.
Icons are also automatically added for various project types. They are defined for 'volunteering', 'presentation', 'talk', 'application', and 'conference.' (This is in index.js; feel free to send an issue or even a pull request to add more!)
If it is not desired, this footer can be removed from the HTML generated by
resume serve simply be removing the HTML from
Available under the MIT license.