Document! X integration with Visual Studio
Creating .NET documentation with Document! X
Creating Database documentation with Document! X
Creating COM documentation with Document! X
Creating Java documentation with Document! X
Developing accurate documentation, particularly for complex components or database schemas, has traditionally been a time consuming, costly and skills intensive task. Documentation during development can be seen as a moving target and at the end of a project developers are often immediately re-assigned to new development tasks, which can leave most projects poorly documented.
With Document! X, documentation can be automatically produced throughout design and development without requiring investment of developer resources, providing development teams with an accurate and up to date reference and allowing new developers to jump the learning curve of new components and schemas. Document! X makes producing documentation a natural and productive activity for developers and technical writers alike.
Document! X is the documentation tool chosen by world leading component companies including Infragistics, ComponentOne, GrapeCity, Dundas, Janus Systems and Telerik for their commercial documentation requirements.
Document! X Application Window with .NET Content File Editor open
The revolutionary authoring tools included in Document! X allow you to author additional content directly within a preview of the automatically generated page - seamlessly combining the benefits of automated documentation with fully featured authoring tools.
The same 'Full Page Edit' functionality is available within the Visual Studio (2010, 2012 and 2013) environments - allowing you to author and maintain your Visual Basic .NET, C# or C++/CLI source code comments directly within a preview of how the generated documentation will look.
Document! X integrates seamlessly with Visual Studio. Documentation Projects can be created, opened and built directly from your Visual Studio solution.
Visual Comment editors are included for creating and maintaining your source code comments in Visual Basic .NET, C# and C++/CLI source code. Content can be authored both in source code comments and in Content Files using the Document! X Content Tools. This approach makes it easy to make post-development edits and author additional content outside of the source code.
The template based configuration that Document! X is based on makes it easy to:
HelpStudio is the fastest, easiest way to create and publish help systems and integrate them with your desktop or web based applications or components, including .NET. Generate help output in cross-platform plain HTML, HTML Help, Help 2.0, Microsoft Help Viewer or printable PDF.
Community Extensions server license for use with help systems that use community features generated using Document! X and HelpStudio.