What is DevDocs?
DevDocs is an API documentation browser that combines multiple docs in a single web UI with instant fuzzy search, offline mode, keyboard shortcuts, and more.
DevDocs is a tool in the API Documentation Browser category of a tech stack.
DevDocs is an open source tool with GitHub stars and GitHub forks. Here’s a link to DevDocs's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses DevDocs?
3 companies reportedly use DevDocs in their tech stacks, including dev, SMARTTechStack, and Reyesoft.
108 developers on StackShare have stated that they use DevDocs.
Pros of DevDocs
Works with Alfred
- 80+ offline docs
- Free and open source
- Instant fuzzy search
- Organized content
- Clean, easy to use UI
- Offline mode
- Light and dark themes
- Works on all platforms (web based)
- Keyboard shortcuts
- Search from browser bar
- Integration with other apps
- Multi-version support
- Enable/disable docs
- Search individual docs
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