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    Hi Sencha,

    first, new docs looks awesome. Well done!!!

    Questions:

    1 - do you plan to have github repo like about JS Duck.
    2 - You did refresh page instead of loading like it was in past.
    Is it ok?
    I guess it because Google became again bad indexing Ajax crawler.

  2. mtatsky,

    Thanks for the feedback! I'm very pleased to hear that you like it.

    We don't currently have a public github repository for this tool, but that may become something we consider in the future. That said, we don't currently have a public plan, and we will need to discuss this internally.

    FYI, our new docs system is actually a two part system. The first part is called Doxi, and it's a source parser that rips through code and exports JSON files. That is available to anyone with a recent version of Cmd. The second part is a node processor that iterates through the JSON to output HTML. I believe the Doxi JSON can probably be consumed by any number of tools, application, or parser.

    Regarding the page load, these pages are really just HTML with some JS goodies, meaning that the page will reload when you change pages. We're just letting the browser do its thing.

    Please keep in touch if you have any further questions.

    Thanks!
    Greg

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    mtatsky,

    Thanks for the feedback! I'm very pleased to hear that you like it.

    We don't currently have a public github repository for this tool, but that may become something we consider in the future. That said, we don't currently have a public plan, and we will need to discuss this internally.

    FYI, our new docs system is actually a two part system. The first part is called Doxi, and it's a source parser that rips through code and exports JSON files. That is available to anyone with a recent version of Cmd. The second part is a node processor that iterates through the JSON to output HTML. I believe the Doxi JSON can probably be consumed by any number of tools, application, or parser.

    Regarding the page load, these pages are really just HTML with some JS goodies, meaning that the page will reload when you change pages. We're just letting the browser do its thing.

    Please keep in touch if you have any further questions.

    Thanks!
    Greg

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