This summer we relaunched and refreshed the Airbrake docs. The docs were moved in-house, open-sourced on GitHub, given a style overhaul, and are now available at airbrake.io/docs. We hope the new docs provide you with a cohesive and enjoyable experience, helping you become an expert Airbraker one doc at a time.
The docs are home to a wealth of Airbrake information including:
We used the relaunch as an opportunity to vet each doc, keeping our eyes open for chances to improve readability, update screenshots/images, and make sure content is organized into logical sections.
We automatically build and deploy airbrake-docs as a static site to our CDN. This strategy is low cost and reduces the possible problems related to managing airbrake-docs. There are no server processes to keep running and the docs are distributed globally.
The Airbrake docs are based on the open-source circleci-docs project on GitHub.
CircleCI provides with free testing, building, and deployments for public repositories. Since airbrake-docs is a public repository, we use CircleCI to build and deploy the docs.