If you have already defined descriptions in your source Web Service Definition (WSDL Annotations, Swagger Descriptions etc.), Document! X can use them as summary text for the generated documentation and you can view the Web Service Definition Descriptions while you are editing to spot areas that need expansion and to avoid duplication.
You can choose to author content in your Web Service Definition (WSDL Annotations, Swagger Descriptions etc.), and/or using the rich authoring environment of the Document! X Content File editor. This flexibility allows you to include basic documentation in the source code and use the rich Document! X Content File Editor to author extended content.
Your documentation projects can be generated to cross-platform Web Help, automatically responsive for tablet and mobile, or printable PDF. The specific requirements for the different output formats are handled 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 website, FTP server, or network location.
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.
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 sharing content with translation providers.