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Learning GitHub or any system backed by `git` takes some time and practice. Try some lessons with multiple static site generators and deployment systems as well as how to test docs as code.
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Read more articles on this site about using GitHub for documentation. Let's find out the best practices and create a balance point between artisanal craft and automation efficiency.
Welcome to part 2 of our article series where we discuss how content production started, and how we created the layouts and navigation for the site.
This article series describes our process for building the Platform OS documentation site, with in-depth insights into our approach, decisions, and plans. In this part, we share how we started, how we got to know our audience, how we figured out what content we need, and how we outlined a sitemap for our documentation site.
When faced with tough problems, don’t stop working, try new things, and achieve your docs-as-code dream.
What does it take to publish a technical book using GitHub? Let’s dig into tools, processes, revenue, and costs.
Changing from a content management system to Jekyll and all the change that undertaking took.
In the last three years of Write the Docs conferences, you can learn from others experiences using docs like code techniques.
At Rackspace, we recently modernized our customer documentation, implementing a model that treats documents like code.
From Mandy Whaley’s presentation at All Day DevOps 2017.
Anne Gentle, the original wiki aficionado from the mid-2000s, discusses their relevance today.
Diána Lakatos, a technical writer with developer portal creation specialists Pronovix, explores free and open source API documentation solutions. Her compiled results of the research were originally posted on the Pronovix blog.