Problem Imagine you have a .NET Core class library fully commented with XMLDoc and you want to publish the documentation for your library on the web. Here is where Aistant service (with a special Aistdoc console utility) comes to help. 1. Registration in Aistant The first, obvious step, is a registering a new account on Aistant (if you don't have it yet).
Problem Let's suppose you have a frontend project with TypeScript as a basic programming language and you want to publish the API reference of all components, classes and functions in your project on the web - to share with your co-workers or customers (especially if this project is some kind of the code library). Solution