Documentation as an Application

Features like dynamic content generation, contextual awareness, and client-side interactivity are making documentation more like software. But taking advantage of these features leads to more code creeping into content, resulting in a steeper learning curve that can potentially discourage participation from prospective documentation contributors. This talk shares the lessons learned while building an extensible Markdown-based content format that supports application-like user experiences and provides the technical advantages of documentation-as-code while avoiding the complexity and elevated barrier to entry, ensuring that content authoring remains inclusive and accessible.

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