From a 7 year-old Chromebook to an Android tablet to a Linux desktop... all my building with Astro is done in a cloud development environment thanks to Gitpod! No local development environment? No problem!
6 posts with the tag “docs”
Good docs can be the difference between a happy, successful user of your project and ... a happy, successful user of *someone else's* project. But documentation is often a task left to people who don't feel comfortable writing it. This talk presented at ViteConf 2023 presents a new way to think about "writing good docs" and some action items that will immediately improve any existing documentation... without doing any writing at all!
One of the most rewarding parts about leading Astro Docs is welcoming non-code contributors to open source! We still have work to do, but the open source community is slowly starting to realize (and capitalize on!) the value of writers, translators, designers, testers, content creators, speakers, community support members.
What community-driven means to Astro Docs.
A brief history of what's been going on in the Astro docs.
Have you ever been reading documentation for an open source project and found a typo, or an out-of-date code example? If there's an "edit this page on GitHub" link, then you're only a few clicks away from contributing to Open Source and helping out a project!