Docusaurus has a showcase page where you can see how other serious projects are using their tools, such as the Jest website built with Docusaurus, it’s inspiring when you see their pages look professional . So I initially read their docs:
how to get startedVery straightforward, and within minutes I was able to set up my docusaurus site! Key features worth noting are: easy-to-use, beautiful themes, accurate documentation, and customizable.
lightning fast compared to others. Currently, palpatine1.5 can generate a stable site in less than 1 second. I’ve also made sure it’s easy to use with a simple command line interface. Documentation is also accurate and easy to follow. However, it lacks one of the main features, which supports
markdown files fully, I’ve been working on this feature for the past few days and found a header-only markdown parser library. But it seems it’s been more than a year since the last commit to the library was made. I’m not sure it’s still being maintained. CMake was quite upset about how old this is.
Thus, I was not able to use with CMake as a Git submodule like I have used for other libraries. I cloned Maddie instead and only used the special
include Directory within the palate. it was a successful endorsement
some markdown features but failed in many aspects (i.e. auxiliary tables, crossed text like
Basic lesson, specifying the language for the code-block). I’ve created issues on palates to solve these problems, but I believe most of them are library related. Currently, you can see the latest progress on the sample deployment of palpatine.