Source - Front-end documentation engine
Submitted by Robert Haritonov (@operatino) on Wednesday, 23 October 2013
I will be presenting our open source solution for front-end documentation that helps to build efficient development process across all team members including developers, designers and testers.
Our new approuch gives front-end developers a possibility to write new code directly in the documentation, without skipping this important step.
Our tool and workflow around it will suit teams that work with big websites and web development solution studios helping to organise own components library (YourCompany Bootstrap).
How to manage front-end development process within team of developers and designers effectively? Odnoklassniki.ru (http://corp.mail.ru/en/communications/odnoklassniki), world ‘Top 10’ social network, will share their experience in solving this question using open Source (http://sourcejs.com/) front-end documentation engine.
Source (http://sourcejs.com/) was created to help front-end developers, designers, programmers and testers to become more productive and create best interfaces for the product.
Live demos will show you our approach in front-end development that already could be used in projects helping to manage interface standards and organize the code base.
Our solution suits well for the big development teams, growing web projects, outsourced projects maintained by freelancers and web studios to optimize development time.
Head of front-end development department at Odnoklassniki.ru (http://corp.mail.ru/en/communications/odnoklassniki). Works with company front-end standards and development processes. Manages front-end developers team and coordinates technical improvements for efficient workflow. Author of ToHTML.it (http://tohtml.it/) (ru) blog about web dev and developers life style. Creator of MCSS (http://operatino.github.io/MCSS/en) methodology and Source (http://sourcejs.com/) front-end documentation engine.