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Auto-generate CSS reference documentation

Listing the various software capable of creating CSS documentation along the line of other API docs using comments in the source code.

css_doc

css_doc is a Ruby library and command line tool to extract documentation from CSS files. The format of the documentation is very similar to JavaDoc.

css_doc was inspired by the CSSDOC project, but it is NOT a complete implementation of the proposed standard, although it should be fairly compatible.

Knyle Style Sheets (KSS)

Documentation for any flavor of CSS that you’ll love to write. Human readable, machine parsable, and easy to remember.

Works great with CSS, SCSS, LESS, and much more. KSS is designed to work with every flavor of CSS out there — preprocessor or not. Read this blog post.

StyleDocco

StyleDocco generates documentation and style guide documents from your stylesheets. Stylesheet comments will be parsed through Markdown and displayed in a generated HTML document.

No building required; Documentation is generated on-the-fly.

Kalei Styleguide

Generates bootstrap-like documentation for your own CSS!

This project aims at making sure your style sheets are fully documented whilst being synchronized with your webpages styles. To do this it actually uses your live stylesheets in so that at anytime you can review how your styleguide looks.

senchalabs/jsduck

jsduck - Simple JavaScript Duckumentation generator.

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    Ashish Gupta

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    Ashish has several years of experience working with content. He is a technical communicator and a community builder by profession; UX advocate and a quality champion by nature; and a Chemical engineer from IIT Bombay by academic qualification.

    In his spare time he likes to spoil his son silly, test workflows, identify usability enhancements and new features in software that he uses, and indulge in the online communities. Other interests areas in which Ashish dabbles are Instructional content, eLearning, social media, SEO, project management, life skills, watching soccer, fantasize about running long marathons some day, and occasionally trekking in the Himalayas.

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