You desire a pretty table in your GitHub document:
Luckily, GitHub-flavored Markdown enables you to format data as a table:
| Step | Users | Conversion | Obstacles | | --- | --- | --- | --- | | Viewed Home Page | 13,129 | 7.9% | Messaging | | Viewed Sign Up Page | 1,044 | 20.6% | Cost, credit card | | Signed Up | 215 | 31.2% | Credit card required | | Entered Credit Card | 67 | 50.7% | HTML, deployment | | Received Submission | 34 | | |
Over time, you edit this data in your favorite text editor, (Neo)vim. Keeping the Markdown table aligned could be painful, but doesn’t have to be.
<Leader><Bslash> mapping in your
" Align GitHub-flavored Markdown tables au FileType markdown vmap <Leader><Bslash> :EasyAlign*<Bar><Enter>
<Bslash> key is also the
a mnemonic when looking at the
|s of the table.
Here’s how it looks:
See the documentation for vim-easy-align to see what else you can do!