Ruby API: Easily Find Ruby documentation
Ruby API makes it easy and fast to search or browse the Ruby language API docs.
The existing websites for Ruby documentation are hard to search, and impossible to read on mobile devices. Ruby API provides instant search results, inspired by Dash, and a responsive design that's easy to read on any size device.
We aim to improve the Ruby ecosystem by being:
- Readable on any size device
- Fast on any speed internet connection
- Relevant search results that surface useful APIs
- Search engine optimized pages for every API method
- Free, with no ads. Ever.
$ bundle install && yarn install
$ docker-compose up -d
Start the Rails Server
$ ./bin/rails server
Optionally, you also may want to start the webpack dev server
Ruby's documentation can be imported very easily. There's a rake task that will let you import a given versions' documentation:
$ ./bin/rake import:ruby[2.6.4]
or you can easily import the latest versions of all currently supported versions of ruby:
$ ./bin/rake import:ruby:all
The test suite can be executed with:
$ ./bin/rake test
This project uses StandardRB for linting.
StandardRB can be executed with:
Note: This command may make changes to your code, to make it conform to the formatting rules of this project.
For instructions on running StandardRB in your editor, check out StandardRB's Documentation.
Code Of Conduct
Everyone interacting with the source code, issue trackers, chat rooms, and mailing lists is expected to follow the Code Of Conduct
Ruby API is licensed under the MIT license.