fruitjs

FruitJS (pronounced Fruit Juice) is a tool for compiling markdown pages into technical documentation sites.

#FruitJS

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FruitJS (pronounced Fruit Juice) is a simple yet powerful converter to turn markdown into HTML pages. It was created for the purpose of writing technical documentation and API information in Markdown, and then converting it to a live site. FruitJS is built on Node.js and can be used as an include or as a command line tool.

The simple steps to get started are install it via NPM, then use the command line tool to compile your pages to HTML.

npm install -g fruitjs
fruitjs manifest.json

The manifest file is used to tell the script which pieces should be compiled to HTML. It is a JSON file that should look something like this:

{
    "name"       : "Site Name",
    "pages"      : ["page1.md", "folder/page2.markdown"],
    "css"        : ["styles.css"],
    "less"       : ["otherstyles.less"],
    "js"         : ["Extra JS Code.js"],
    "images"     : ["example1.png", "example2.jpg"],
    "imageTitle" : "path/to/logo.jpg",
    "singlePage" : true,
    "tocLevel"   : 4
}

For more information, read the documentation for the manifest.

##License

FruitJS is under MIT license, and is free to modify, use and distribute within the terms of that license. For full license, check out the LICENSE file.