I’m doing some work for a company that uses what it describes as “wiki code” or “wiki formatting tags” for formatting.
It uses tables quite often, and these are formatted by using || before each header in the first row, then a | before each cell in subsequent rows. For example:
||Header 1||Header 2
It also uses !/!/!!! for headers, two underscores on each end for bold text, and apostrophes on either side of the text for italics. There are various others but these are the main ones I expect to use.
The work (basically, questions to answer) I get is all in text format and because they often use tables they can be hard to read. I wonder whether anyone knows of any sort of Markdown-style live-previewer that might interpret these tags (mainly the tables) and render them correctly so I can read the information more easily? If not I think I should be able to throw together a Shortcut to do it, but it would good to have something live because I also have to write answers to these questions which may include tables—and it would be nice to be able to see what I am doing.
(I could try actually coding some sort of web app or something, too, of course, which might be a worthy project for learning purposes, but if something already exists that would obviously be easier…)