Open source. Free forever
Just add a
`/docs` folder with
`markdown` files and get a hosted, auto-updating
documentation website up in less than 30 seconds
Hyperdocs has all the features you need to create a fully fledged documentation website for your open source project.
Just have a docs/ folder with markdown files and a beautiful documentation site will be generated.
Spend a minute on setup and forget the rest. Just keep updating the `docs/` folder and the website will auto update automagically.
You can create, edit and publish blog posts from the dashboard. No more pushing drafts to GitHub.
You can use Hyperdocs as a CLI tool to generate your docs and deploy them to your server.
Every docs comes with a feedback widget to help you get better feedback from your users.
All your documentation lives on GitHub. So you get all the collab features of GitHub.
Just focus on content. Hyperdocs will take care of hosting, feedback collection, blog management, SEO, lighthouse score and many more. Just push to GitHub and it's done.
Hyperdocs has many prebuilt components that you can just start using right away in your markdown files.
Every documentation generator needs a separate
`.json` config file to function properly. Although Hyperdocs works without any config, you can add a
`_sidebar.txt` file to customize the order in which links appear in sidebar.
Feedbacksfrom docs should be easier
Hyperdocs provides a built in feedback widget to all sites that helps you collect feedback from your users
Hyperdocs provides a built in blog for your documentation.