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I am the developer of the WebMidi.js JavaScript library. The project already has API documentation that is being generated with JSDoc. I would like to add searchable end-user documentation.

Basically, I want to publish a self-hosted website for the library with the usual content: documentation, examples, tutorials, link to API doc, etc. I do not want to reinvent the wheel.

I am looking for suggestions and comments from people with hands-on experience using documentation platforms. I'm hoping to find a solution that:

  • is widely used in the JavaScript community
  • is actively supported
  • supports multiple languages
  • is free
  • can be integrated in an automated GitHub workflow

My current top-contender is Docusaurus. I am also considering Gatsby.js, Jekyll, Hugo but I would like opinions and alternatives before jumping in.

Thank you all!

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