I need to convert them in PDF/HTML/DOC, but there are many gems available. Which gem do you think is the most appropriate in order to make CV in PDF. Extend ‘htmldoc’ gem to support the edge releases of the htmldoc executable and to make usage a bit more intuitive. Defined Under Namespace. Classes. Resulting HTML files can be found in the./doc/rdoc directory. Please consult the RDoc documentation for help with the markup, and also take into account these.
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Download it at http: Also, even when you cut out the opinion on what is the best tool – your question is asking us for a library or tool for PDFs.
And last but not least, any kind of discussion regarding Ruby on Rails documentation is very welcome on the rubyonrails-docs mailing list. This means that there are methods in Rails with public visibility that aren’t meant for raills consumption. As for docxI am clueless For checking if an integer is even or odd.
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Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. To summarize, the Rails team uses: What if a collection is empty?
What happens if a module is anonymous? Explore and document edge cases.
The easier way is to create a form using Adobe Acrobat. As a contributor, it’s important to think about whether this API is meant for end-user consumption.
Rails, like most libraries, uses the private keyword from Ruby for defining internal API. I found a gem similar to Prawn but for docx maybe that could interest you.
Module: PDF — Documentation for htmldoc-rails ()
Documentation has to be concise but comprehensive. I also had a client that needed Chinese, Japanese and Korean support.
Many examples, plus a font generator, are included. Write in present tense: Reorder sections to emphasize favored approaches if needed, etc. Check the Ruby on Rails Guides Guidelines for style and conventions. The documentation should be a model for best practices and canonical, modern Rails usage.
When documenting parts of Rails API, it’s important to remember all of the pieces that go into the Rails htmodoc.
In this case, we want to document the behavior of the frameworkand not just this specific method. But actually the Rails team doesn’t want users to rely on this method.
The singletons true and false need fixed-width font. Returns true if no errors are found, false otherwise. If you have a question on how the Rails team handles certain API, don’t hesitate to open a ticket or send a patch to the issue tracker. Using it is as simple as: I know wicked is more convenient, but Prawn is both native and more flexible.
To generate it, make sure you are in the rails root directory, run bundle install and execute: Using all gtmldoc tools listed above to create a nice looking pdf file will take you a lot of time to learn how to do.
It is very lightweight and all in a single file that can be copied to the lib directory and required. I am a long time user of PDFlib.