I just merged some changes to ASDoc in the develop branch. It is still a
work in progress, but I wanted to try out the routing feature on the
nightly ASDoc build and didn't want to use a separate branch and CI build
that could go away.
It occurred to me that if I use Anchor tags in the ASDoc's list renderers,
that Google's search engine might be able to see it and chase it. I've
implemented hash-based routing (actually, hash-bang) because it doesn't
seem to require server-side support. It seems to work for copy/pasting
URLs and for history back/forward. The HTML5 History API seems to require
server-side support for copy/pasting URLs. In theory the CI server is
indexed, and in theory Google's crawler will run some JS but we'll see.
I also made some cosmetic changes to ASDoc and am working on the class
details list which is still pretty ugly. Feedback is welcome. Once I get
ASDoc looking a little better, it will be time to cut a release (0.9.1)
whether Google's Crawler can crawl ASDoc or not.
Looks like the nightly build built. The main ASDoc url is:
But now you can jump straight to BarChart, for example, by hitting this