What do you use to write documentation for users?

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  • pandoc

    Universal markup converter

    pandoc works great for md to pdf. Supports styling with css as well.

  • nextra

    Simple, powerful and flexible site generation framework with everything you love from Next.js.

    We write everything in Markdown, as it's the closest you'll get to a 'universal' format. Then, we use a static site generator to turn the docs into a website. Current projects are using Nextra for this. If you ever need to change site generators, you still have all the markdown docs and image files, so it's pretty easy to change.

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