Asciidoctor Lab: write docs in your IDE and use CI/CD to publish them!

Mini-Lab @ Coding Cafe
Methodology & Culture

When you use AsciiDoc, you can track your documentation in your version control system together with your source code. This enables commit history, diffing, branching and tagging for documentation. Your IDE shows you a live preview when you change document. Your continuous integration pipeline creates ready-to-publish HTML and PDF documents.

This session is for beginners who want to give it a start and advanced users who want to go to the next level. Get in touch with the other enthusiasts and contributors to the project. Learn how to structure large documents, create nice diagrams from PlantUML, use external sources to create docs, stye PDFs, add hyphenation, and getting the most out of your IDE for editing the docs.

IntelliJ IDEA
Continuous Delivery

Alexander Schwartz

msg systems ag

Alexander Schwartz is a Principal IT Consultant at msg. He’s been in Web development for more than 15 years and enjoys productive working environments, agile projects, automated tests and automated builds. He cares for scripted infrastructure and state of the art monitoring. At conferences and user group meetings he talks about the things he is passionate about.