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online html documentation

sergey
Why do you provide pdf version of documentation?

The online html version would be very helpful.
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Re: online html documentation

danielfernandez
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Only tutorials are offered in PDF. The reason for this is that there currently is no system that really allows you to offer both HTML and *good-quality PDF* versions of docs without having to rewrite them or losing most of their format when creating the PDFs. Many formats and systems say they are able to do this, but as of today, this is simply not true. So we initially chose PDF.

Anyway, this said, we are currently looking for solutions for this and we hope to have HTML docs sometime soon... even if PDFs will not be as good :-(

Regards,
Daniel.

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Re: online html documentation

remerson

May I suggest that you don't need the PDFs at all?  I think you could produce all the documentation in HTML (multi-page or even just single-page), and that would work very well for everybody.
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Re: online html documentation

Jan Goyvaerts
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Can't Libre/Open Office generate HTML ?
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Re: online html documentation

Emanuel
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BOOM! https://twitter.com/thymeleaf/status/327929942081933312  HTML docs now available on the documentation page :)