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Docs - Documentation for ASP.NET and ASP.NET Core

This project has adopted the Microsoft Open Source Code of Conduct. For more information see the Code of Conduct FAQ or contact opencode@microsoft.com with any additional questions or comments.This project provides the source for docs.microsoft.com/aspnet. You can learn more about ASP.NET Core at the Home repo. See the Contributing Guide and the issues list if you would like to help out.

DevDocs - API Documentation Browser

DevDocs combines multiple API documentations in a fast, organized, and searchable interface.Unless you wish to contribute to the project, I recommend using the hosted version at devdocs.io. It's up-to-date and works offline out-of-the-box.

dox - JavaScript documentation generator for node using markdown and jsdoc

Dox is a JavaScript documentation generator written with node. Dox no longer generates an opinionated structure or style for your docs, it simply gives you a JSON representation, allowing you to use markdown and JSDoc-style tags.This output can then be passed to a template for rendering. Look below at the "Properties" section for details.

webpack.js.org - New repository for webpack documentation and more!

Guides, documentation, and all things webpack.We haven't created issues for the other sections yet, but they will be coming soon. For dev-related work please see General - Current Longterm Plan, which will soon be replaced by a more dev-specific issue.

yuidoc - YUI Javascript Documentation Tool

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.

standard-readme - Standard Readme Style

Standard Readme is designed for open source libraries. Although it’s historically made for Node and npm projects, it also applies to libraries in other languages and package managers. Standard Readme started with the issue originally posed by @maxogden over at feross/standard in this issue, about whether or not a tool to standardize readmes would be useful. A lot of that discussion ended up in zcei's standard-readme repository. While working on maintaining the IPFS repositories, I needed a way to standardize Readmes across that organization. This specification started as a result of that.

wiki - Wiki.js | A modern, lightweight and powerful wiki app built on NodeJS, Git and Markdown

Wiki.js can run on virtually all platforms where Node.js can (Windows, Mac, Linux, etc.). Read the full prerequisites article for full details.

devdocs - API Documentation Browser

DevDocs combines multiple API documentations in a fast, organized, and searchable interface. Unless you wish to contribute to the project, I recommend using the hosted version at devdocs.io. It's up-to-date and works offline out-of-the-box.

learn-to-send-email-via-google-script-html-no-server - :email: An Example of using an HTML form (e

A Step-by-Step Example of using an HTML Form to send a "Contact Us" Message via Email without a Backend Server using a Google Script - No PHP, Python, Ruby, Java, Node.js etc. Warning: Google's API has limits on how many emails it can send in a day. This may vary on your Google account, see the limits here. We recommend implementing this tutorial through Part 3, since the data will always be added to the spreadsheet first, then emailed if possible.

docz - ✍🏻It has never been so easy to document your things!

Libraries that make our life easier coming up every day. Styleguides and design system are growing so fast. Today, tools that allow us to be quick and effective in what we are doing are really necessary. We can't lose time with tasks that should be trivial for us. Thinking about that docz came out. Documenting our things is one of the most important and heavy processes when you're creating something new. We waste a lot of time with unnecessary setups to build something that can represent and we want with our own style.

readthedocs.org - The source code that powers readthedocs.org

Read the Docs hosts documentation for the open source community. It supports Sphinx docs written with reStructuredText, and can pull from your Subversion, Bazaar, Git, and Mercurial repositories. Then we build documentation and host it for you. Think of it as Continuous Documentation. You will find complete documentation for setting up your project at the Read the Docs site.

Nuxeo Document Management

Nuxeo DM manages and tracks the flow of content through the business cycle, addressing the common pitfalls of document duplication, lack of version tracking, time-consuming search and retrieval, and security and access issues. It captures content with different formats like scanned images, email, office documents, CAD files etc. Audit logging and configurable versioning policies helps to to track the content lifecycle.

website - :globe_with_meridians: The Babel documentation website

This is the source for the babeljs.io website, powered by Jekyll.This repo also contains Babel's source documentation.

catalog - Create living style guides using Markdown or React

Catalog lets you create beautiful living and fully interactive style guides using Markdown and React components. Please read the Catalog documentation (built with Catalog!) for detailed installation and usage instructions.

hapi-swagger - A Swagger interface for HAPI

This is a OpenAPI (aka Swagger) plug-in for HAPI When installed it will self document the API interface in a project. Release Notes for v9.0.x which only supports hapi v17 and above. Note: For hapi versions below v17, you must use versions v7.x.x of this module.