How to document your JavaScript package

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  • docdash

    :zap: Lodash inspired JSDoc 3 template/theme

    jsdoc : JSDoc's own CLI can generate a static documentation site with its default template, and offers a variety of configuration option flags. If the default template is a bit boring, there are others such as docdash, which provides hierarchical navigation and syntax highlighting.

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  • jsr

    The open-source package registry for modern JavaScript and TypeScript

    Thanks to JSDoc it's easy to write documentation that is coupled with your code and can be consumed by users in a variety of formats. When combined with a modern publishing flow like JSR, you can easily create comprehensive documentation for your package that not only fits within your workflow, but also integrates directly in the tools your users consume your package with. This blog post aims to cover best practices when writing JSDoc-style comments to get your users up and running as quickly as possible:

  • JSDoc

    An API documentation generator for JavaScript.

    Thanks to JSDoc it's easy to write documentation that is coupled with your code and can be consumed by users in a variety of formats. When combined with a modern publishing flow like JSR, you can easily create comprehensive documentation for your package that not only fits within your workflow, but also integrates directly in the tools your users consume your package with. This blog post aims to cover best practices when writing JSDoc-style comments to get your users up and running as quickly as possible:

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