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gulp-jportodocs

gulp-jportodocs

Gulp plugin for building AngularJS like documentation. This is inspired from gulp-ngdocs.

Setup

npm install gulp-jportodocs --save-dev

Usage

Create a jportodocs gulp task

gulp.task('jportodocs', [], function () {
  var gulpDocs = require('gulp-jportodocs');
  return gulp.src('path/to/src/*.js')
    .pipe(gulpDocs.process())
    .pipe(gulp.dest('./docs'));
});

Create a jportodocs gulp task with options

gulp.task('jportodocs', [], function () {
  var gulpDocs = require('gulp-jportodocs');
  var options = {
    scripts: ['../app.min.js'],
    html5Mode: true,
    startPage: '/api',
    title: "My Awesome Docs",
    image: "path/to/my/image.png",
    imageLink: "http://my-domain.com",
    titleLink: "/api"
  }
  return gulp.src('path/to/src/*.js')
    .pipe(gulpDocs.process(options))
    .pipe(gulp.dest('./docs'));
});

To use a different angularjs version pass angular and angular-animate files in scripts.

gulp.task('jportodocs', [], function () {
  var gulpDocs = require('gulp-jportodocs');
  var options = {
    /* pass both .min.js and .min.js.map files for angular and angular-animate */
    scripts: [
      'bower_components/angular/angular.min.js',
      'bower_components/angular/angular.min.js.map',
      'bower_components/angular-animate/angular-animate.min.js',
      'bower_components/angular-animate/angular-animate.min.js.map'
    ]
  }
 
  /*
  If you choose to use the remote links pass in the .min.js links for angular and angular-animate
 
  var options = {
    scripts: [
      'http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/angularjs/<version>/angular.min.js',
      'http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/angularjs/<version>/angular-animate.min.js'
    ]
  }
  */
  return gulp.src('path/to/src/*.js')
    .pipe(gulpDocs.process(options))
    .pipe(gulp.dest('./docs'));
});

If you would like to divide your documentation into different sections, use gulpDocs.sections instead of gulp.src.

gulp.task('jportodocs', [], function () {
  var gulpDocs = require('gulp-jportodocs');
  var options = { 
    //options 
  }
  return gulpDocs.sections({
    api: {
      glob:['src/**/*.js', '!src/**/*.spec.js'],
      api: true,
      title: 'API Documentation'
    },
    tutorial: {
      glob: ['content/tutorial/*.ngdoc'],
      title: 'Tutorial'
    }
  }).pipe(gulpDocs.process(options)).pipe(gulp.dest('./docs'));
});

Doc comment example

A doc comment looks like this:

/**
 * @ngdoc directive
 * @name rfx.directive:rAutogrow
 * @element textarea
 * @function
 *
 * @description
 * Resize textarea automatically to the size of its text content.
 *
 * **Note:** ie<9 needs pollyfill for window.getComputedStyle
 *
 * @example
   <example module="rfx">
     <file name="index.html">
         <textarea ng-model="text"rx-autogrow class="input-block-level"></textarea>
         <pre>{{text}}</pre>
     </file>
   </example>
 */
angular.module('rfx', []).directive('rAutogrow', function() {
  //some nice code 
});

Check out the Writing AngularJS documentation wiki article to see what's possible, or take a look at the AngularJS source code for more examples.

Options

scripts

Set addional custom js files are loaded to the app. This allows the live examples to use custom directives, services, etc. The documentation app works with angular.js 1.2+ and 1.3+. If you include your own angular.js include angular-animate.js too.

Possible values:

  • ['path/to/file.js'] file will be copied into the docs, into a js folder
  • ['http://example.com/file.js', 'https://example.com/file.js', '//example.com/file.js'] reference remote files (eg from a CDN)
  • ['../app.js'] reference file relative to the dest folder

styles

[default] [] Copy additional css files to the documentation app

analytics

Optional include Google Analytics in the documentation app.

Example usage:

var opts = {
  analytics: {
    account: 'UA-XXXXXX-YY',
    domainName: 'http://mywebpage.com/'
  }
};

discussions

Optional include discussions in the documentation app.

editExample

[default] true Show Edit Button for examples.

title

[default] "API Documentation" Title to put on the navbar and the page's title attribute.

startPage

[default] '/api' Set first page to open.

html5Mode

[default] true Whether or not to enable html5Mode in the docs application. If true, then links will be absolute. If false, they will be prefixed by #/.

image

A URL or relative path to an image file to use in the top navbar.

titleLink

[default] no anchor tag is used Wraps the title text in an anchor tag with the provided URL.

imageLink

[default] no anchor tag is used Wraps the navbar image in an anchor tag with the provided URL.

bestMatch

[default] false The best matching page for a search query is highlighted and get selected on return. If this option is set to true the best match is shown below the search field in an dropdown menu. Use this for long lists where the highlight is often not visible.

navTemplate

[default] null Path to a template of a nav HTML template to include. The css for it should be that of listitems inside a bootstrap navbar:

<header class="header">
  <div class="navbar">
    <ul class="nav">
      {{links to all the docs pages}}
    </ul>
    {{YOUR_NAV_TEMPLATE_GOES_HERE}}
  </div>
</header>

Example: 'templates/my-nav.html'

The template, if specified, is pre-processed using _.template.

loadDefaults

Use this option to disable any of the four scripts angular, angularAnimate, marked, and prettify (google) which are loaded by default. This would give the user the ability to disable any scripts if they are using methods outside of regular angular/animate loading like browserify.

Example usage:

var opts = {
  loadDefaults: {
    angularAnimate: false
  }
}

Options for Sections

glob

[required] glob pattern of files to parse for documentation comments.

title

[default] name of the section. Set the title for the section in the documentation app.

api

[default] true Set the name for the section in the documentation app.