Pointers to useful, well-written, and otherwise beautiful documentation.
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I love documentation. If you work with/are writing code intended for usage and consumption by more than one person, you should love it, too. Documentation and other resources will make or break the success of your project. And the more open and collaborative you want development to be, the more crucial docs become.
With that in mind, here's a list of docs and other developer resources that myself and others find particularly useful, well-written, and otherwise "beautiful." May they serve to inspire you when writing and designing yours. Thanks to various contributors, we now also have sections dedicated to Writing about Documentation and Tools for Generating Docs.
This should be updated fairly regularly. As usual, pull requests are encouraged. * If you're contributing a link, be sure to include a few words on why you're adding it and some sort of self-attribution so that people can know from whom it came. * All docs are listed in the order they were added. Keep this order when submitting your PR.
amqpgem but also try to explain AMQP 0.9.1 features, why they exist, and how they are supposed to be used. (contributed by Michael Klishin)
README.md. (contributed by @kylewest)