See how Jekyll, an open source generator of static HTML files, makes running a blog as easy as editing a local text file.
Written in Perl, Plerd can be told to watch a Dropbox-synched directory with the plerdwatcher daemon, which will republish files as it sees changes.
In his latest Doc Dish column, Ben Cotton explains Markdown, reStructured Text, DocBook, and LaTeX—four markup languages every documentation team should know.
Writing documentation is easier than you think, and with the help of a template, getting started is even easier.
Very much inspired by my interview with Bryan Behrenshausen, I’ve been spending a lot more time working with Markdown. Day-to-day, at work and at home, I usually work with either HTML or word processed documents. I’m fast with HTML and proficient with word processors, and I rarely need to convert... Read more