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Pronounced Alix. Because it’s simpler. The whole presentation lives in the wiki. Please note that a substantial work has been accomplished to document the whole project, from the Sass layer to each test explanations through CSS selectors and tricks. I suggest you make a tour on a11y.css documentation website.
A platform for storing and organising information and documentation. General information and documentation for BookStack can be found at https://www.bookstackapp.com/. BookStack is an opinionated wiki system that provides a pleasant and simple out of the box experience. New users to an instance should find the experience intuitive and only basic word-processing skills should be required to get involved in creating content on BookStack. The platform should provide advanced power features to those that desire it but they should not interfere with the core simple user experience.
openKB is a Markdown Knowledge base application (FAQ) built with Nodejs and ExpressJS. The application uses an embedded database (nedb) by default but can also use a MongoDB server by changing the config (see below). The application is designed to be easy to use and install and based around search rather than nested categories. Simply search for what you want and select from the results. Note: openKB supports Nodejs version 4.0 and above.
To bring software development inspired features to the world of documenting -- refactoring, importing, testing, linting, metrics, PRs, versioning....Documize is an intelligent document environment (IDE) for creating, securing and sharing documents -- everything you need in one place.
Easily build a searchable documentation Single Page Application (SPA) using markdown files in your Github Repo or local Markdown files. Github docs is a lightweight alternative to Gitbooks allowing simple but powerful Markdown generate documentation websites. The docs menu and files are built using files from your Github repo set in the config. Files should have the title of the doc in a single markdown hash/# (HTML = H1) tag in the file. This is used to build the slug of the doc and the menu title etc.
The beta version is running at guide.aelve.com. The most complete section yet is the one about lenses. Installation instructions and the explanation of config variables (in config.json) are here: INSTALL.md. Don't be afraid to install it locally – it's very easy! You don't need to set up any databases or anything like that, and you can get a full copy of the data from the site by simply cloning it from Github.
OCamlverse is an effort to document everything worth knowing about OCaml, an industrial-strength functional programming language. Want to contribute to the OCaml community? Look at some of the main missing pieces and see if you can help.