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yuidoc - YUI Javascript Documentation Tool

  •    HTML

YUI's JavaScript Documentation engine. YUIDoc is a Node.js application used at build time to generate API documentation for JavaScript code. YUIDoc is comment-driven and supports a wide range of JavaScript coding styles. The output of YUIDoc is API documentation formatted as a set of HTML pages including information about methods, properties, custom events and inheritance for JavaScript objects.

health-checks-api - Standardize the way services and applications expose their status in a distributed application

  •    API

#Introduction The Health Checks API standardizes the way services and applications expose their status in a distributed application. We use this API to monitor individual instances in microservices and whole applications. The API allows each microservice or application to describe itself, its dependencies and connections in a distributed application graph. As distributed applications grow, it becomes more and more complicated to understand and debug failures in the application. The Health Checks API helps to solve this by giving you the power to standardize your status checking regardless of the language and tools you use.

firedoc - API Doc generator based on YUIDoc

  •    Javascript

FireDoc is forked and rewritten from YUIDoc and added some powerful enhanced features at Syntax Guide. YUIDoc is a Node.js application used at build time to generate API documentation for JavaScript code. YUIDoc is comment-driven and supports a wide range of JavaScript coding styles. The output of YUIDoc is API documentation formatted as a set of HTML pages including information about methods, properties, custom events and inheritance for JavaScript objects.

apiscout - TIBCO API Scout, Finding your APIs in Kubernetes so you know what you deployed last summer!

  •    CSS

API Scout, helps you get up-to-date API docs to your developers by simply annotating your services in K8s. To be able to view the services, apiscout needs access to the Kubernetes cluster using the default service account. By default (pun intended) this account doesn't have access to view services so during deployment a new rolebinding is created. After starting, it will register a watcher with the Kubernetes API Server, so that it receives events when something occurs in the cluster.









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