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We are developing a library package @microsoft/tsdoc that provides an open source reference implementation of a parser. Using this library is an easy way to ensure that your tool is 100% compatible with the standard. These are just examples. Many other tools in today's web developer community want to interact with TypeScript doc comments. Each of these tools accepts a syntax that is loosely based on JSDoc, but encounters frustrating incompatibilities when attempting to coexist with other parsers.
This plugin enables you to integrate the generation of comments based documentation into your Grunt build. This plugin is a wrapper around jsdoc3. Please refer to the documentation for the documentation details.
jsdoc.vim generates JSDoc block comments based on a function signature. Depending on your configuration, jsdoc.vim will prompt for description, @return type and description. It will also prompt you for types and descriptions for each function @param.
api defaults to the value API and tutorials defaults to the value Examples.styles/custom.css, styles/another.css, and remote.css get included in the layout. default.staticFiles is the build-in jsdoc way of copying extra files.
An Ember CLI addon to generate HTML documentation from JSDoc comments in the source code.Run ember ember-cli-jsdoc anytime you wish to generate the documentation. You can then access this generated documentation at http://localhost:4200/docs.
JSDoc is not currently available as a library, so there's no clean way to access its parser. You can't require('jsdoc'), so you have to hack around it by using the jsdoc binary's -X option and parsing the output. This is a wrapper around that process.