Docusaurus is a static-site generator.
It builds a single-page application with a fast client-side navigation, leveraging the full power of React to make your site interactive. It provides out-of-the-box documentation features, but can be used to create any kind of site (personal website, product, blog, marketing landing pages, etc).
This is free and open source software.
- Built with React:
- Extend and customize with React.
- Gain full control of your site’s browsing experience by providing your own React components.
- Bootstrap your site with a basic template, then use advanced features and plugins.
- Open source your plugins to share with the community.
- Developer experience:
- Start writing your docs right now.
- Universal configuration entry point to make it more maintainable by contributors.
- Hot reloading with lightning fast incremental build on changes.
- Route-based code and data splitting.
- Publish to GitHub Pages, Netlify, Vercel and other deployment services with ease.
- SEO friendly:
- HTML files are statically generated for every possible path.
- page-specific SEO to help your users land on your official docs directly relating their problems at hand.
- Powered by MDX:
- Write interactive components via JSX and React embedded in markdown.
- Share your code in live editors to get your users love your products on the spot.
- Search – Your full site is searchable.
- Document Versioning – Helps you keep documentation in sync with project releases.
- 18n – Translate your site in multiple locales.
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