Tools of an API Documentation Writer

This presentation discusses tools commonly used by an API documentation writer and why they are needed.

API documentation is formed from information from a wide set of sources. Writers are expected to gather this information, reformat it, and compile it almost any way they can. There is little standardization, few all-in-one or comprehensive tools, and the sources themselves may vary for every project, sometimes even among different development teams within the same company. Many writers are surprised or unprepared the number of tools and the diversity of tools required.

May 16 @ 16:30

Robert Delwood