saber (staticgen) Alternatives
GitBook is a tool for building beautiful books using Git and Markdown. It can generate your book into multiple formats:
- - GitBook is the most popular Web-based alternative to saber (staticgen).
- - GitBook is the most popular free alternative to saber (staticgen).
MkDocs is static site generator that's geared towards building project documentation. Documentation source files are written in Markdown, and configured with a single YAML configuration file.
- - MkDocs is the most popular Self-Hosted alternative to saber (staticgen).
- - MkDocs is the most popular Open Source alternative to saber (staticgen).
docsify generates your documentation website on the fly. Unlike GitBook, it does not generate static html files. Instead, it smartly loads and parses your Markdown files and displays them as website. All you need to do is create an index.
A self-hosted knowledge repository that allows you to safely preserve useful content that contributes to your own personal, searchable and extensible wiki.
Docusaurus is a project for easily building, deploying, and maintaining open source project websites.
Sphinx is a tool that makes it easy to create intelligent and beautiful documentation, written by Georg Brandl and licensed under the BSD license.
- - Sphinx is the most popular Windows, Mac & Linux alternative to saber (staticgen).
A documentation generator that builds HTML output based on Markdown files. Supports Markdown specs and offers a wide set of custom components using Markdown-like syntax. Builds Reference Source documentation for .NET projects (more added soon).
Starlight is the web framework for building modern documentation websites. Comes with navigation, search, i18n, syntax highlighting, dark mode, and more included. Supports React, Svelte, Vue, Tailwind CSS, Markdown, and MDX. All free + open source!
Orchid is a general-purpose static site generator with a focus on extensibility, and aimed at developers looking to improve their technical documentation. Orchid was born out of a desire for better-looking Javadocs and frustration with how difficult is it to manage large Jekyll...