I don't know about gRPC specifically, but since you most of the times use 
Protocol Buffers to define your API, protoc-gen-docbook would be an option. 
I'm personally using a C# port that I enhanced with our options of 
https://code.google.com/archive/p/protoc-gen-docbook/ right now for an 
older proto2 project. There seems to be an up2date version written in 
GoLang called protoc-gen-doc <https://github.com/pseudomuto/protoc-gen-doc> 
where you can also use a Docker container. I haven't used this one myself, 
but will look into it soon for my own gRPC API documentation. Since this 
also can export docbook, it looks a like good replacement while keeping my 
existing PDF build-chain (using Apache FOP 

Am Donnerstag, 12. April 2018 08:42:30 UTC+2 schrieb nirmal Kumar:
> Hello ALL,
> I wanted to generate document for gRPC API . Is gPRC provide some plugin 
> or NPM module ?
> Env in use :- JAVA , Node.js .
> Thanks and Regards
> Nirmal Kumar

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