Node.js Manual & Documentation (.pdf, .mobi, .epub)
It all started with my desire to have a nicely formatted version of the node.js manual & documentation as a printable pdf with a cover, table of content, indented code blocks and so on. Then came requests for a .mobi (Kindle) file and an .epub (iOS, Android and more) file.
Of course the whole creation and conversion process is written in node.js.
Current version of node.js in the docs: 0.12.5
How to use
Just check out the different folders or download directly:
Create your own files
node app.jsto create the .tex files
Manually edit the few files as shown in all.tex (or run
- Create the pdf with pdfLaTeX
Use options.tex and run latex to customize your own manual.
node epub.jsto create the file
The .mobi version is created from the .epub file which gives better results compared to converting the .pdf file.
kindlegenfrom this repository or directly from Amazon
node mobi.jsto create the file. The file is located inside the epub folder
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