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Documentation is a set of information that describes a product to its users.
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Docz – it has never been so easy to document your things!

Docz' high-level principles give you an idea of what they're all about: Zero config and easy. No unnecessary build steps with confusing setups. Blazing fast. Always use the fastest things to build our tools. Easy to customize. Create something that will be easy to use and customize. MDX Based. Have the best standard to write documents. Pluggable. Plugins are the best choice when you need to be custom and flexible. Watch the demo video on the homepage to see just how nice this tool is to use.

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Open source web app to publish documentation or books

From Kelly Burke: You can use this web app to write and sell books on your own domain. We use it for our own book, which teaches you how to build the app from scratch: https://builderbook.org/book Pretty cool. Writing your documentation or book in Mardown is amazing for a lot of writers. The reading experience on the web could be a bit better, but the app comes with all the third-party integrations you'd want to sell your book.

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Vue.js gets a cookbook 👩‍🍳

Unlike the guide which walks you through building a Vue app in story form, the cookbook is all about focused examples of how to accomplish specific goals with the framework. This is an excellent addition to the compendium of documentation in support of the project, and one that’s worthy of emulation once your framework has a base set of docs that are solid.

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Introducing Docusaurus

Facebook announced Docusaurus to more easily maintain open source documentation websites. We created Docusaurus for the following reasons: To put the focus on writing good documentation instead of worrying about the infrastructure of a website. To provide features that many of our open source websites need like blog support, search and versioning. To make it easy to push updates, new features, and bug fixes to everyone all at once. And, finally, to provide a consistent look and feel across our all our open source projects.

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Open Source at Google with Will Norris

Will Norris (Engineering Manager at Google's Open Source office) joined the show to talk about their new release of the Google Open Source website as well as the release of Google's internal documentation on how they do open source. Nearly 70 pages of documentation have been made public under creative commons license for the world to use. We talked about the backstory of Google's Open Source office, their philosophy on OSS, their involvement in the TODO group, and much more.

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