In order to register repositories for continuous documentation generation and development using Yaydoc, we relied on a modal in the Web User Interface. Using a modal makes the UI simple; however, it comes with a lot of limitations. Apart from the lim...



[Yaydoc](http://yaydoc.fossasia.org)’s User Interface consists of a form with three required fields; the user’s email address, git repository’s URL, and a theme for the generated website. Specific values of these fields are the minimum requirement to...



Yaydoc takes as its input the information about a user’s repository containing the documentation in Markup files and generates a static website from it. The website also includes search functionality within the documentation. It supports various buil...


Yaydoc consists of two components: 1. A configuration for various Continuous Integration software including Travis CI among others. 2. A Web User Interface Since the initial stage of its development, the team has been focused on developing a `docume...


There are many web applications available online that generates static websites. Among these projects are two unique projects developed here at FOSSASIA. These are the Open Event WebApp Generator and Yaydoc (an automatic documentation generation and ...


As a developer, working on a web application, you may want your users to be able to edit a file stored in your webserver. There may be certain use cases in which this may be required. Consider, for instance, you want your user to edit a file in their...


[Loklak](https://github.com/loklak/loklak_server), a distributed social media message search server, generates its documenations automatically using Continuous Integration. It generates the documentation in the gh-pages branch of its repository. From...


[Yaydoc](https://github.com/fossasia/yaydoc), an `Automatic Documentation Generator` by [Fossasia](http://fossasia.org/), among other components, consists of a Web User Interface. This UI has a form that takes as its input certain information about a...