Temechon Posted August 7, 2015 Share Posted August 7, 2015 Hey guys, I’m sure you already know it, but the new documentation is now officially deployed on doc.babylonjs.com!This version is a total rework of the version you used to know, so let me present it a little bit. Our main concern was (and still is) to create a documentation the community (YOU!) can update and modify at will. This documentation makes no exceptions, with a big new change: it is now based entirely on Github (https://github.com/BabylonJS/Documentation) (and automatically deployed on Azure).This means you can : fork the repo and create your own documentation create pull request to fix bugs create pull request to contribute Clone the repo and have a local version of this documentation Everything you can think of Features: All tutorials, exporters and extensions are now sorted. We tried to keep the same hierarchy the old documentation had, but FEEL FREE to update it, or create a new one. (Don’t forget it’s your documentation!) All classes can now be tagged (example : http://doc.babylonjs.com/classes/2.1/AbstractMesh has two tags: Node and Mesh). All classes are sorted by tags, and alphabetically (http://doc.babylonjs.com/classes/2.1).o This allows news users to easily find common classes (Camera, Mesh, …) URL are now user-friendly. You can write http://doc.babylonjs.com/classes/<className>, and it will redirect to the last version of this class (if it exists of course). Example: http://doc.babylonjs.com/classes/Axis Links forwarding to the old documentation (example: http://doc.babylonjs.com/page.php?p=22551) are now forwarded to the same page on the new doc. This website is responsive, and the mobile version is awesome J MIT license, do what you want!How to contribute ?This website is an big empty shell created to DISPLAY markdown files.Each page is represented by a markdown file. To contribute, just clone the repo, update a markdown file (or create a new one if you want to add things), and do a pull request.It’s that easy ! What’s next ?My team and I and still working on this baby, so you can expect some QoL improvements soon. Stay tuned! JCPalmer, jahow, adam and 9 others 12 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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