Document! X delivers the best of both worlds by seamlessly combining automatic documentation of Java Projects with a full WYSIWYG authoring environment. The generated content is an accurate and comprehensive documentation set for your Java Project covering packages, classes, interfaces, enumerations, methods, and fields.
Document! X will use any existing Javadoc source code comments and you can extend the source descriptions using the rich authoring environment provided by the Document! X Content File Editor.
These sample outputs illustrate how much can be generated by Document! X right out of the box. All of the Document! X Templates are fully customizable and can be easily adapted or extended to meet your specific requirements.
Overview of the class, including an automatically generated Object Relationship Diagram, Inheritance Hierarchy and Syntax.
Type members page, listing the members implemented by this type.
Page generated for a Method, including parameters and Syntax section.
Page generated for an overloaded method, listing the overloads.
Page generated for an enumeration, listing the enumeration members.
Page generated for a Package, listing the Types included in the Package.
If you have created Javadoc source code comments in your Java source code, Document! X can use them automatically; you can view the Javadoc source comments whilst you are editing to spot areas that need expansion and avoid duplication.
You can choose to author content in your Javadoc source comments, and/or using the rich authoring environment of the Document! X Content File editor. This flexibility allows you to include basic descriptive documentation in the source code and use the feature rich Document! X Content File editor to author extended content.
Document! X automatically generates object relationship diagrams for your classes. Specific relationships can be ignored where necessary (e.g. a relationship back to a parent object). Collection objects are automatically recognized and appropriately represented.
These short movies provide a great way to discover what can be achieved using Document! X.
This short introductory movie will take you through using Document! X to create a documentation set for a Java Project (7 minutes).
This movie demonstrates the new Publishing functionality introduced in 2015.1. Publishing makes it easy to publish output generated by Document! X or HelpStudio to a web server or network location. A range of publishing methods are supported; you can publish to an Azure web site, a web site running on IIS, a web site that supports uploading via ftp, or directly to a local network path. (11 mins)
This movie provides a quick introduction to finding items in a project that still require documentation by using the Undocumented Items tool. (4 mins)
This video provides a demonstration on how to enable Source Control functionality, add a project to Source Control and access Source Control features in a Source Control enabled project. (6 mins)
This video demonstrates how the Responsive Output feature allows you to generate content that automatically adapts to the device type of the browser, providing an optimal experience for Mobile, Tablet and Desktop users from a single output. (5 mins)
This video will demonstrate how to use the localization features by enabling localization and creating both an English and Japanese output from the Document! X .NET sample project (9 mins).
This short video provides a demonstration of how you can configure a project to create multiple outputs from a single source, with each output driven by a separate options defined in the Build Profile. (3 minutes)
Your documentation projects can be built to Browser Help or CHM (Html Help 1.x). The specific requirements for the different output formats are handled for your automatically and you can build all outputs from a single project. Automatic publishing makes it quick and simple to deploy the generated output to your web site, ftp server or network location.
Browser Help output is viewable directly in the web browser, so is the ideal format for publishing documentation on a web site or intranet site. The browser help output includes a Table of Contents, Index and Full Text Search.
The automatically generated responsive support allows you to generate a single output that automatically adapts to the device profile; delivering an optimal browsing experience for Desktop, Tablet and Mobile from a single output. Tablet and Mobile devices benefit from buttonized links, a button based fly out Table of Contents and other automatic features that dramatically improve the end user experience.
Html Help 1.x (CHM) is the Microsoft Windows compiled help file format. When building to CHM, the output is a single file that can be deployed to, and viewed on, any machine with Windows installed. The CHM viewer includes a Table of Contents, Index and Full Text Search.
Your built documentation can be automatically published to a range of locations; a network path, ftp server, Azure web site or IIS (Internet Information Services) Server. Publishing recongizes which files have changed in the last build, so publishing is quick and minimizes network traffic.
The generated output can be automatically integrated with a range of Community Providers (Facebook, Disqus, Livefyre or SolidOpinion) allowing you to include rich community features in your help systems.
The template based configuration that Document! X is based on makes it easy to:
The easy to use Example code designer included in the Content Editors makes adding multi-language examples a breeze. In-line or linked examples can be created and example code is automatically colorized in the generated output.
Document! X supports several different languages (English, French, German, Dutch, Italian and Russian) for the phrases used in the generated output. All of the phrases and terminology in the generated output can be configured according to preference.
Document! X allows you to author content for multiple languages within a single project, showing you an embedded tip for the primary locale content when you are authoring in the Content File Editor for a secondary locale. If you use the Document! X and HelpStudio bundle you can export and import your localized content in XLIFF format; the industry standard for sending and receiving translation content from translation providers.