Cocos Creator User Manual
You need Node.js and npm to be able to build the site.
To install gitbook:
npm install gitbook-cli -g
Install gitbook plugins:
Install gulp and other modules:
npm install gulp -g npm install
To preview the doc, run the following command:
npm run preview npm run preview -o file1,file2...
The first command will build and launch web server to host the site. It will also enable live reload plugin, so your changes to the markdown source file will automatically triggers the rebuild of the docs.
The second command allows you to build the page that you assigned straightly. Please change the file1,file2... to your own file name, then execute preview command. And this command will help you rebuild the .bookignore file which can let you ignore the files that you didn't change when you rebuild the doc.
After generation finished, don't quit server process, run the following command in other terminal context:
This will remove unused links from left bar.
If you just want to build the markdown to html, use this command:
npm run build
You can also build the doc for ebook formats (PDF, ePub, mobi), please following this guide:
If you need to publish to the website, you'd better build it on Mac. If use Windows, some redundant .md file will also generated.
In each language folder there is an SUMMARY.md file, which contains all the pages to build and also this file serves as a sidebar navigation list. Any markdown source file that are not listed in this index will not be build.
In this index file, just write links to each markdown file in a list. Indented list is for chapters that contains expandable subs. For example:
- [Using Editor](getting-started/basics/editor-overview.md) - [Assets](getting-started/basics/editor-panels/assets.md) - [Scene](getting-started/basics/editor-panels/scene.md) - [Node Tree](getting-started/basics/editor-panels/node-tree.md)
Will create a toggleable chapter title
Using Editor. Once clicked all its subs will show up.
index.md at each language folder is the front page of the doc.
To change the content of each page, just edit the markdown source files. There's no specific front matter format, just make sure each page has a
h1 as the title.
Customize Style and Template
This is a dynamically updated user document, and your reading and feedback is the driving force behind our progress. If you encounters any typo or content problem please report issue in this repo. Pull requests are welcome!