Quickref.dev Community Sources
This repo contains data sources for Quickref.dev — a community-driven search engine for software developers.
sites contains lists of sites to index, grouped by category.
cards contains reference cards (example in action).
Please, create a pull request to:
- add a site to the index
- add or modify a reference card.
I you want to add a new bang operator (
!foo), please, create an issue.
There are 5 categories of search on Quickref.dev. Each corresponds to a .txt-file of indexed sites:
- All (
- Docs (
- Forums / Q&A (
- Blogs (
- Repositories (
Category "All" is compiled automatically by combining all other categories. Quickref.dev searches in all subdomains, regardless of depth. For example, if
https://abc.com is specified, all existing subdomains (
https://y.x.abc.com, etc) are indexed and searched.
Each card is structured as follows:
"list of words": name: "Name" description: "Short one sentence description." links: website: "https://official_website.com" quickstart: "https://official_website.com/getting_started" "community docs": "https://clojuredocs.org/" "Mailing list": "https://groups.google.com/forum/..." subreddit: "https://reddit.com/r/..." ...
"list of words" is used to match cards to queries. A card is displayed if the user's query contains at least one of the specified words (case insensitive). For example, requests
clj list or
clojure map will all match this card:
"clojure clj": name: "Clojure" description: "Dynamically typed, functional dialect of Lisp. Immutable values, strong typing, hosted on JVM and other platforms." links: website: "https://clojure.org/" quickstart: "https://clojure.org/guides/getting_started" "community docs": "https://clojuredocs.org/" "Learn in Y minutes": "https://learnxinyminutes.com/docs/clojure/" "Q&A forum": "https://ask.clojure.org/" "Clojurians Slack": "https://clojurians.herokuapp.com/" "Mailing list": "https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/clojure" subreddit: "https://old.reddit.com/r/Clojure/"