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AsyncAF/docdash

This repo was forked from docdash for the purpose of styling the documentation for AsyncAF.

There are some minor changes compared with the original docdash as laid out below.

Minification

The main feature added is that this fork minifies the HTML/CSS/JS output files. AsyncAF/docdash utilizes html-minifier for this task. Click below to see the minifier settings that depart from the normal defaults.


{
    collapseBooleanAttributes: true,
    collapseWhitespace: true,
    maxLineLength: 32 * 1024,
    minifyCSS: true,
    minifyJS: true,
    removeAttributeQuotes: true,
    removeComments: true,
    removeOptionalTags: true,
    removeRedundantAttributes: true,
    removeScriptTypeAttributes: true,
    removeStyleLinkTypeAttributes: true,
    sortAttributes: true,
    sortClassName: true
}

Custom scripts & styles

If you need to add any custom scripts or stylesheets you can include them in the docdash property of your jsdoc.conf.js or jsdoc.conf.json file:

// jsdoc.conf.js

// ...
docdash: {
  scripts: [
    '/scripts/script1.js',
    '/scripts/script2.js'
  ],
  styles: [
    '/styles/stylesheet1.css',
    '/styles/stylesheet2.css'
  ]
}
// ...

Metadata

You can also specify a metadata description and metadata for open graph. For example:

// jsdoc.conf.js

// ...
docdash: {
  meta: {
    description: 'Async/Await Fun'
  },
  openGraph: {
    title: 'AsyncAF - Documentation',
    type: 'website',
    image: 'https://www.example.com/your-image',
    site_name: 'AsyncAF',
    url: 'https://async-af.js.org/'
  }
}
// ...

Favicons

Add favicons to your site in the docdash.icons property. If you need to make some, I'd recommend this favicon generator for an easy time.

// jsdoc.conf.js

// ...
docdash: {
  icons: { // paths are from the root of your site
    appleTouchIcon: '/apple-touch-icon.png',
    favicon32x32: '/favicon-32x32.png',
    favicon16x16: '/favicon-16x16.png',
    manifest: '/site.webmanifest',
    msTileColor: '#2d89ef',
    themeColor: '#ffffff'
  }
}
// ...

Template

Other than that, the only real difference between this repo and the original docdash is layout and styling. Check out the CHANGELOG to see all the changes, or take a look at the AsyncAF docs built using this template.

Usage

If you like the way the template looks, you can use it in your own project as follows:

Install

$ npm install -D AsyncAF/docdash jsdoc

Warning: this will install AsyncAF/docdash from github as I haven't published this fork to npm.

Setup

Create a jsdoc.conf.js configuration file following the documentation here or here.

To use the AsyncAF/docdash template, just make sure you point to the template in opts:

// jsdoc.conf.js
...
opts: {
  template: 'node_modules/docdash',
},
...

Then write an npm script in your package.json:

...
"scripts": {
  "docs": "jsdoc -c jsdoc.conf.js",
},
...

Generate the docs

Just run: $ npm run docs

Or, if you're using the CLI: $ jsdoc -t node_modules/docdash

(end of AsyncAF/docdash notes)


(original docdash README)

Docdash

npm package license

A clean, responsive documentation template theme for JSDoc 3.

docdash-screenshot

docdash-screenshot-2

Example

See http://clenemt.github.io/docdash/ for a sample demo. 🚀

Install

$ npm install docdash

Usage

Clone repository to your designated jsdoc template directory, then:

$ jsdoc entry-file.js -t path/to/docdash

Usage (npm)

In your projects package.json file add a new script:

"script": {
  "generate-docs": "node_modules/.bin/jsdoc -c jsdoc.json"
}

In your jsdoc.json file, add a template option.

"opts": {
  "template": "node_modules/docdash"
}

Sample jsdoc.json

See the config file for the fixtures or the sample below.

{
    "tags": {
        "allowUnknownTags": false
    },
    "source": {
        "include": "../js",
        "includePattern": ".js$",
        "excludePattern": "(node_modules/|docs)"
    },
    "plugins": [
        "plugins/markdown"
    ],
    "opts": {
        "template": "assets/template/docdash/",
        "encoding": "utf8",
        "destination": "docs/",
        "recurse": true,
        "verbose": true
    },
    "templates": {
        "cleverLinks": false,
        "monospaceLinks": false
    }
}

Options

Docdash supports the following options:

{
    "docdash": {
        "static": [false|true],  // Display the static members inside the navbar
        "sort": [false|true]     // Sort the methods in the navbar
    }
}

Place them anywhere inside your jsdoc.json file.

Thanks

Thanks to lodash and minami.

License

Licensed under the Apache License, version 2.0. (see Apache-2.0).

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