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Ignite

Modern markdown documentation generation.

Usage

Head over to the full documentation for a guide on getting started with Ignite.

Contributing

Developing

To start developing Ignite, start up a terminal and run the following command. Be sure to restart the dev server when changing any non-React or non-markdown file, since webpack doesn't handle them.

yarn build:lib && yarn start

Debugging

To debug your build run

yarn build

Then use your favorite HTTP server to emulate a server environment.

python -m SimpleHTTPServer

NOTE: All urls are relative to options.baseURL. Make sure to change baseURL if your website isn't served from '/'.

Publishing

Releasing and publishing are handled automatically. Any time a PR is merged or code is pushed to master a new version of Ignite is released along with publishing a new version of the documentation to GitHub Pages.

Pull Requests welcome! Submit any bug report or feature enhancement as an issue.

Contributors

Thanks goes to these wonderful people (emoji key):


Andrew Lisowski

💻 🎨 📖 💡 🤔 🚇 📦 👀 ⚠️

Adam Dierkens

💻 🤔

This project follows the all-contributors specification. Contributions of any kind welcome!

Awesome Plugins:

⭐️ Prop-Types - Takes a react component and displays a table with its prop-types.

⭐️ JSON Schema - Takes a JSON-Schema and exposes a Component that matches ids to auto-generate docs.

🚀 If you want to add your plugins to this list make a PR! 🚀

Gallery

💅 Have some beautiful docs built using Ignite? Make a PR and feature them here 💅

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install

npm i ignite

Downloadsweekly downloads

451

version

1.10.2

license

Apache-2.0

homepage

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