We are looking to revamp the documentations, an often mentioned pain point in community feedback.
We want to close many of the open issues and pull requests over the next weeks. We also want to take a step back and reflect on how the docs are structured and what we expect from a modern documentation. We appreciate that there are more modern docs frameworks out there that exceed our current framework in terms of usability, readability, maintainability, responsive design and features.
We also want to look into consolidating the docs. So instead of having to browse (and maintain) separate docs for each SDK, we could have a single documentation where one could just switch the SDK to display the SDK specific code examples and conditions. This would for example make it easier to see whether a feature is available in each SDK, as that is not always uniform across SDKs.
Our current front-runner framework is Docusaurus, but we are open to suggestions.
- What would you expect from the new docs?
- Which features (dark mode, etc) should a new docs framework have?
- Can you suggest any open source docs frameworks?
We’re excited to hear your suggestion!