🚀 This space is for introducing new features or changes to Kmdr 🚀
(v5.1.0) In some cases, Kmdr will load the filename of the code snippet and display it in the header. Feature available only if code snippet has the data-filename attribute set. (demo https://remix.run/docs/en/v1/api/conventions)
(v5.0.8) Oftentimes, output is included in code snippets that provide examples for the command line. Kmdr now differentiates output from commands in its syntax highlighting.
(v5.0) We've improved syntax highlighting and verbosity for HTML and CSS so that it's at parity with VS Code. We've added quick info for HTML elements so they're as interact-able as HTML attributes in previous releases. Now, when you mouse over an HTML element, you'll see a definition for the element and a link to trusted documentation where you can learn more on how to use it in your code.
(v5.0) Closer to what you're used to with IDEs, the pop-ups on mouse over now include a link to more verbose information on the identifier you hovered over. Hover over flex-wrap in the snippet below to see a link to the MDN documentation for the CSS property.
We want to know how you heard about Kmdr so we can focus on those channels and continue to gain more users. We are also wanting to hear what languages you are interested in learning or using so that we can supplement external research and ensure the next language we expand to next aligns with our most important users: current users.
We've included a pop-up window with these two questions on the page presented on extension install. Both questions are optional.
In the past, Kmdr had only supported HTTPS protocols. Now, snippets can be transformed on websites that use the HTTP (non-secure) protocol as well 🎉
You can now kick the tires of Kmdr without providing your email to Sign Up. Transform the Bash, CSS, and HTML snippets in your browser anytime after installing the extension. An account is still required to save and personalize your settings.
Kmdr now detects and transforms HTML and CSS code blocks. Get Quick Info for each attribute of a CLI command, a CSS property, or an HTML element right where you find the code.
The browser extension now has settings that allow you to replace Bash code blocks as you browse. When set to "Replace code blocks automatically", we will detect Bash code blocks and transform them to include syntax highlighting and definitions on hover.
See: Change extension settings for more details.
Kmdr browser extension is on Chrome and helps you understand terminal commands as you browse.
See: Get started with extension for more details.
Users can sign up with their Google account.