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|Software Documentation by goodspeed963(m): 11:05am On Sep 02|
On which program I can create and publish dynamic software documentation?
|Re: Software Documentation by larrydan: 3:03pm On Sep 02|
Hi mate! What do you mean by dynamic documentation? I know that the documentation is a how-to of the service or product, embedded to it, but I never heard of a dynamic one. For a long period of time, people used pure HTML and CSS to create the documentation. Nowadays, there are platforms that help us create software documentation, like Docsie. You just paste the text and edit it easily, due to the options that the platform has. Then it compresses it in one line of code and you don't do other than paste it inside the source code of the website. Pretty easy, isn't it?
|Re: Software Documentation by segbolon: 7:36am On Sep 03|
There are lots
You can use gitbooks or readthedocs I personally prefer gitbook since it uses simple markdown.
|Re: Software Documentation by Nikra(m): 7:22pm On Sep 09|
larrydan:I use HTML and CSS even now. Thank you for sharing Docsie. It seems pretty easy to use after a few Youtube videos that I watched about it. It might b a game-changer in my website development.
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