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Set up markdown editor locally using docker

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If you’re a writer or a developer who frequently deals with text formatting, you’re probably familiar with Markdown. Markdown is a lightweight markup language that allows you to easily format text using simple syntax. While you can write Markdown in any text editor, using a dedicated Markdown editor can make the process much easier and more efficient.

Install Docker

Pull the Markdown image Docker Image

We can use markdown editor like dillinger or stackedit.

Once you have Docker installed, open up a terminal window and run the following command to pull the Dillinger Docker image from Docker Hub:

# use dillinger
$ export imageDocker="linuxserver/dillinger"
# or use stackedit
$ export imageDocker="benweet/stackedit"
$ docker pull $imageDocker

Run the Docker Container

After pulling the Docker image, run the following command to start a new Docker container:

$ docker run -p 8087:8080 -d $imageDocker

Access the editor in Your Browser

Open up your web browser and navigate to http://localhost:8087 to access the Markdown editor interface.

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