An uber-classy theme for JSONResume.
To first get started with this JSONResume theme, you'll need to have the JSONResume CLI installed. If you haven't already install it with
npm install -g resume-cli. If this doesn't work, try
sudo npm install -g resume-cli.
After this, you can get your resume.json ready by typing
resume init. After hitting enter, your resume will be initialized and you can edit it and fill in the neccessary fields. Check out the official resume-schema repository for more information on filling these fields.
When you are finished with your resume, you may test it by yet again opening the command line and typing
resume serve --theme classy to see how it looks with this theme. You can replace the word
classy with other theme names too.
If you want a local copy of your resume, type in
resume export resumeName --theme classy, and replace
resumeName with the desired filename. You can export it in pdf and txt using the
--format flag, like so:
resume export resume --format pdf --theme classy
However, if you wish to export it to the JSONResume Registry, use the command
resume publish instead.
More details about the CLI and it's commands are available here.
If you do not include the publications array in your resume.json, no publications section will appear. The same goes for skills, languages, references, work, education, your summary... the list goes on and on. Every section is optional, and if you do not fill a section with any information, it will be left blank.
If you find any other problems with this theme in specified, do feel free to leave an issue. Thanks.
Thanks to the wonderful Font Awesome for their free-to-use icon font, and a big thank you to the JSONResume theme for their wonderful idea and helping me with a few issues on my part.