Same here - neve knew Zeal existed 'til today! I also often have numerous browser tabs open to a few different doc sites. I know there are websites out there that provides something similar (e.g. https://devdocs.io , etc.), but Zeal is *offline* which makes it a wonderful thing! I just downloaded it on my work machine, and love it! I'll be setting this up at home machine too! Kudos to the crteators of Zeal, and... - Source: Hacker News / 7 days ago
Programming is an open book test and the book is "literally all of the internet". You will remember the things that you use most frequently and you'll look up everything else. https://devdocs.io is a great resource for consolidated documentation. - Source: Reddit / 19 days ago
Https://devdocs.io/ - not cli but it can cache the docs for offline use. - Source: Reddit / 21 days ago
Not really, but you have https://devdocs.io/ and MDN documentation. - Source: Reddit / 24 days ago
Which is why I started using https://devdocs.io/. - Source: Reddit / 26 days ago
If you are searching for docs, then https://devdocs.io/ might be better than a regular search engine. - Source: Hacker News / about 1 month ago
Question: if I were to start developing in Elisp, how would I know about the existence of these functions file-directory-p or expand-file-name? I would imagine something like https://devdocs.io/ is useful but what would I search to begin with? This is in the realm of "I don't know what I don't know". Somehow I need to translate this into "I don't know what I know". - Source: Reddit / about 1 month ago
There is also https://devdocs.io, which can also be stored in offline browser storage. - Source: Reddit / about 2 months ago
I find this useful Https://devdocs.io/. - Source: Reddit / 2 months ago
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