Friday, March 13th, 2009

JavaScript API Viewer: Client-side parsing with Dojo

Category: Dojo, Utility

The uxebu folks have put together a really nice JavaScript API viewer that is entirely written in JavaScript a la Code Illuminated.

The docs are very impressive, and it is indeed cool to do this all on the client, so it works offline just as easily as online. The team talked about the various documentation formats and how they came to the conclusion on what they were going to use. Nice stuff!

Posted by Dion Almaer at 5:52 am

4.2 rating from 27 votes


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Amazing work guys, keep it up! Will this be making its way onto, or at some point?

Comment by sos — March 13, 2009

hey sos,

yah, once we have the codebase on google code we can also put it on or, this should be a matter of days now.

Comment by nonken — March 13, 2009

Awesome stuff, Nikolai! This is very welcome and quite an improvement over the old Dojo API docs and DojoCampus. Love the tabs – now this is going to be very productive. Great job!


Comment by bmatzner — March 13, 2009

Love it! I worked with dojo for a while ago and had such a hard time with documentation. It’s good to see the vast improvement over the last couple of years.

Comment by Joyce — March 16, 2009

This is really nice. And it’s just in time considering that has been down for the past week or so.

Comment by slackorama — March 16, 2009

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