Kushy API Documentation
In order to facilitate accessibility to the Kushy API, I wanted to create documentation that would entice and educate developers on how to use the new API.
I first researched several options, from Slate to Gitbook to Docusaurus to React-Styleguidist, and created prototypes on Netlify to test.
After shopping around, I wasn't satisfied with the flexibility of the solutions I'd discovered, so I set off to create my own in GatsbyJS since I had experience with it already. It was an excellent static site generator that could easily be modified to work with the Markdown format of documentation.
I forked this website as the basis, implemented the Kushy branding, and created a framework for the documentation (to automatically generate menus and special styles). This project was deployed on Github Pages, and I created a subdomain (
docs.api.kushy.net) on Amazon's Route53 to mask the Github URL.