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You, sir, are looking for GitHub Wikis.


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I would highly recommend http://phpfui.com for this. Runs as a PHP script right on your server. Will produce static files if you need them for high volume sites. Easy to install and set up. Maybe 2 minutes to usable documentation for your code and all the third party code you use in your app.


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I have experience with CMDBuild and PHPIpam for all kinds of network and asset management, but I'm sure you can find numerous alternatives if you browse a little bit on https://alternativeto.net/software/phpipam/ and https://alternativeto.net/software/cmdbuild . I hope this helps. If you're looking for a general documentation web solution, I can recommend ...


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Give our app a try - Jitbit Helpdesk. We support various SSO methods - from Google Login to custom SAML providers (Azure AD for example) Email-based is our primary focus. We have a feature called Ideas Forum (you can rename it in settings). It is basically a forum where users can talk to each other, ask questions and make suggestions. You can put ...


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I'd recommend either doxygen or javadoc. Javadoc is probably easier to setup, and may already be integrated with your IDE.


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How about Atlassian Confluence? (Disclaimer: Not an expert on Q&A nor on the domain. I've answered based on what I could make out of the question. Please explore further. @Experts, please feel free to edit my answer.) We use this to manage our technical product documentation. It tracks changes done to a document (also shows a live data of who's editing ...


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