In this blog post I want to point out the great documentation topic GitBook.
The first time I noticed GitBook, was in a hands-on workshop, when I asked the presenters how they create and update their good looking workshop documentation.
I directly tried out the free GitBook version for one of my GitHub projects and I noticed the awesome navigation, search, feedback and the responsive webpage capabilities which is all provided out of the box by GitBook. That’s awesome.
Here is a small gif that shows the GitHub readme.md page and the GitBook page at the same time.
Sure there are many more functionalities in GitBook such as teaming, but to use these functionalities you need a paid license and I didn’t tried that out.
Here is a small “get started guide” I created from my perspective to get started with a GitBook page.