Our goal in building a new and comprehensive documentation for XLT was to use open source components for this as well. Below you find a list of frameworks, fonts and their respective licenses which we put to work to create the documentation you are now reading.
The documentation is built with Hugo, which boasts being “one of the most popular open-source static site generators” and, like XLT, is licensed under the Apache 2.0 license.
Hugo can be run using a number of predefined themes as well as your own themes - we are using the Docsy theme as a base and add our CI flavor to this. Docsy is a theme specifically designed “for technical documentation sets” and also comes with an Apache 2.0 license.
Roboto and Ubuntu Mono
The fonts that are used in the documentation are Roboto and Ubuntu Mono, originally both part of the Google fonts project but hosted on our own servers. Roboto is licensed under the Apache 2.0 license while Ubuntu Mono comes with the Ubuntu font license.
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Image Viewer: Lightbox
To display images nicely, we are using Lightbox by Victor Diego, which is licensed under the MIT license.
- Bootstrap (MIT license),
- jQuery (MIT license),
- Popper (MIT license).