As a developer, I've been looking for the easiest way to write and update documentation. Not a boring text that screams "don't read me",
but something happily (and easily) formatted with extra easy support for code.
, just to name a few, I think markdown is about as close as it gets. But the document itself is very nerdy and not very portable. This will need to become
So basically I am looking for an editor, converter, or any clever trick I haven't thought of, to turn this documentation into
Hands down the simplest editor I have found is StackEdit
, but it doesn't export
well; it depends on online stylesheets that aren't linked properly and the exported
is pretty unbearable to see. It wouldn't work offline anyway.
Export html and pdf
I am looking for any
way to do this properly. I don't mind if there's some stand alone app or script that converts the
file into proper
. I need someone to show me the tricks in documentation-generating that I can't find.
is a different story. I think I spammed my computer full with html to pdf converters, and each of them added spam and watermarks to my awesomely clean documentation.