So, I did just that. Introducing, ezBadge v2
m validation) and then using the Marked library to render the preview of the badge markdown. I could have done all of the UI stuff with Flask without any issues, but the fact that the entire thing now runs in the browser saves bandwidth, computing resources, and time.
You can see the transformation for yourself in the ezBadge GitHub repo. In the next iteration of ezBadge I plan on adding more choices for the types of badges that you can make. If you have any suggestions please feel free to leave a comment here or open up a github issue.
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