> Yep. cool? “npx” allows you to run a temporary package, which will be deleted right after each use. Use this command to try and experience how Fine works. Doesn’t hurt to try, huh?
All it would really need to say is that it requires a recent version of Node.
It’s also easily put together by the next example (uses npm) and google, if you were actually interested in the subject.
Sure, a not complete README is nice, but not having one is not exactly weird.
Maybe the author was simply unaware that static site generators exist because all they wanted to do was upload documents.
fine.sh reserves the right to remove illegal or inappropriate contents without prior warnings to its users and assist authorities on any necessary investigation."
except can be used with any SSG or plain static sites on S3, GCS or Spaces (from digitalocean).
The dependencies are noted clearly in the README. ;)
As far as actually generating documentation my documentation is dynamically built into various formats from a data object and written to file in about 3ms.