Doctor DMS: an Open-source Markdown Document Server
What is Doctor?
Doctor is an open-source, free documentation server for all your project docs. It is built to aid developers creating a complex documentation website just by using Markdown text.
Doctor doesn't require extensive setup or complex configuration. All is required is putting your documents in one folder, then run Doctor and everything is set.
The primary developer has archived the project in GitHub, but it is still available to clone, edit, and use.
- Rich Dashboard
- Documents are organized in categories
- Docker installation support
- Can be installed on Windows, Linux, and macOS
- Deploy to Heroku, Scalingo, or DigitalOcean
Doctor is released under the Apache-2.0 License.
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