Explore Cutting-Edge Documentation Tools

Summary of my bookmarked Github repositories from Jul 14th, 2023

Github repositories

  • vuejs/vitepress

    VitePress is a beta version of VuePress, built on top of Vite. While it is still in development, it is already suitable for documentation purposes. The team aims to avoid introducing breaking changes from this point forward until the stable release. You can access the documentation at vitepress.dev and find detailed changes in the CHANGELOG. Before contributing, it is recommended to read the Contributing Guide. VitePress is licensed under MIT and is maintained by Yuxi (Evan) You.

  • facebook/docusaurus

    Docusaurus is an open-source project that simplifies the process of building, deploying, and maintaining project websites. It offers a quick setup, localization support, and customization options to create unique sites. The installation is straightforward, and the documentation provides further details. Contributions from the community are welcomed, and beginner-friendly bugs are available to get started. Contact can be made through Discord, Twitter, or GitHub Issues. Docusaurus is MIT licensed, and special thanks are given to BrowserStack and Rocket Validator for their support.

  • rayepps/chiller

    Chiller is a cutting-edge documentation site generator that simplifies the process of creating and managing documentation for your projects. To get started, you need to create a chiller.json configuration file and install the chiller app. Once installed, you can sync your documentation files and start the chiller app for local development. The repository consists of two projects: the CLI, which allows you to execute commands, and the app, a fork of tailwindcss.com's front-end Next.js app. To run the app locally, you'll need to copy chiller's configuration and resource files into the app directory.

  • microsoft/kiota

    Kiota is a command line tool designed to generate API clients for OpenAPI described APIs. It eliminates the need to depend on different API SDKs for each API by providing a strongly typed experience. Kiota builds on the Microsoft.OpenAPI.NET library to support APIs using OpenAPI descriptions. It supports multiple languages, including C#, Go, Java, PHP, Python, Ruby, Shell, and TypeScript/JavaScript. The project offers comprehensive code generator support for OpenAPI and JSON Schema features. You can easily get started by installing the required tools, obtaining Kiota, generating your API client, and using the fluent API client to call your desired API. Contributions to the project are welcome.