What is DocGen?
DocGen is a command-line documentation tool for software products. It takes plain text or CommonMark (Markdown) as input, and generates both a static website and a PDF copy.
DocGen is a tool in the Documentation as a Service & Tools category of a tech stack.
DocGen is an open source tool with 38 GitHub stars and 13 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to DocGen's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses DocGen?
5 developers on StackShare have stated that they use DocGen.
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