Collection of Dash docset feeds
If anyone is stuck somewhere like this, Stack Overflow has dumps regularly updated on archive.org -- https://archive.org/download/stackexchange/
Dash (or its Windows equivalent, name escapes me) can be used to view and search these dumps (as well as dumps from GitHub, language docs, etc) offline: https://kapeli.com/dash
"The Grand Unified Theory of Documentation" (David Laing) - a popular and transformative documentation authoring framework (by divio)
Javadoc I find is excellent, but its firmly in the "Reference" quadrant of documentation. I find it very readable and useful when you know what you're looking for (finding subclasses of Collection, for example). However, Stack Overflow is excellent when you don't know where to start.
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