Building a readme service that makes your documentation look beautiful — fastdocs.io

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Inspirations:

Execution:

Early architecture of the project, before development
Early architecture of the project, before development

Challenges:

Branding:

The Future:

  • AWS S3 Integration (I made so much progress configuring this, might as well)
  • Docsify theme support (Add docsify supported themes)
  • Custom path to get documentation from (Ex: docs/ , for people that have documentation not in their README)
  • Multi-file support (For people who’s documentation is split into multiple .md files instead of one big README)

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