Is there an emacs equivalent of "Dash.app" ?

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  • dash-docs

    A elisp library that exposes functionality to work with and search dash docsets.

  • pydoc

    Emacs mode for navigating Python documentation through pydoc.

  • I haven't used Dash, so I don't know the specifics of what it works, but if it works like running pydoc or godoc or whatever Java has inside your text editor, here is a plugin for pydoc inside emacs and here's another for godoc (as part of a larger mode for go). I just tested godoc and it seems to work fine, if a little too basic.

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  • GNU/Emacs go-mode

    Emacs mode for the Go programming language

  • I haven't used Dash, so I don't know the specifics of what it works, but if it works like running pydoc or godoc or whatever Java has inside your text editor, here is a plugin for pydoc inside emacs and here's another for godoc (as part of a larger mode for go). I just tested godoc and it seems to work fine, if a little too basic.

  • zeal-at-point

    Search the word at point with Zeal (Emacs)

  • I’ve used Zeal (a cross-platform Dash alternative) with zeal-at-point. Recently though I’ve gone all in on LSP, and highly recommended. Speaking from experience, at least for Haskell and Go, the integrated documentation is excellent.

  • lsp-mode

    Emacs client/library for the Language Server Protocol

  • I’ve used Zeal (a cross-platform Dash alternative) with zeal-at-point. Recently though I’ve gone all in on LSP, and highly recommended. Speaking from experience, at least for Haskell and Go, the integrated documentation is excellent.

  • counsel-dash

    Browse Dash docsets using Ivy

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