Static compilation of html from markdown including processing for grouping code snippets into arbitrary tabs.
> bdocs-tab:kubectl Deployment Config to run 3 nginx instances (max rollback set to 10 revisions).
bdocs-tab:tab will be stripped during rendering and utilized to with CSS to show or hide the prefered tab. kubectl indicates the desired tab, since blockquotes have no specific syntax highlighting.
```bdocs-tab:kubectl_yaml apiVersion: extensions/v1beta1 kind: Deployment metadata: name: deployment-example spec: replicas: 3 revisionHistoryLimit: 10 template: metadata: labels: app: nginx spec: containers: - name: nginx image: nginx:1.10 ```
bdocs-tab:tab_lang will be used to indicate which tab these code snippets belong to. The tab section of the string indicates the tab, while, the language is pushed beyond the underscore. During rendering, the language will be properly highlighted as if the bdoc token was omitted.
With specific tokens on blockquotes and code blocks, the chunks can be placed according to their relevance. Ex: Multiple language code blocks that should be grouped under an arbitrary tab.
Clone the repository, then add documents into documents directory. Modify the manifest.json to contain the document filenames in the order desired. The docs field is an array of objects with a filename key.
As a NodeJS program, a valid installation of node is required. Once node is installed, verify it can be run from command line.
Next, depedencies need to be installed via npm from the root of the project directory.
Once dependencies are installed, run
This will generate the index.html file, which can be opened in a browser or served.
The included node-static server can be run from the project root via
Apache License Version 2.0
Q: Why is it named brodocs? A: This project was born out of a collaboration with my brother to create a suitable docs app for his purposes. It was a fun name for the the two of us to use as actual brothers.