docs.page allows you to preview any repository reference, such as a branch, pull request or specific commit.
Use the GitHub bot to automatically comment on pull requests with the preview URL!
All preview URLs are not indexable by search engine bots.
When using the default
docs.page domain, append the reference to the repository section of the URL using the
// Branch ("next") https://docs.page/invertase/melos~next // Pull Request (#48) https://docs.page/invertase/melos~48 // Commit (SHA256) https://docs.page/invertase/melos~4114ba8fc3c0d7d88ff81ef24fb8c4b5a5c27874
When using a custom domain (e.g. https://melos.invertase.dev), provide the reference
as the first URL path prefixed with the
~ character, for example:
// Branch ("next") hhttps://melos.invertase.dev/~next // Pull Request (#48) https://melos.invertase.dev/~48 // Commit (SHA256) https://melos.invertase.dev/~4114ba8fc3c0d7d88ff81ef24fb8c4b5a5c27874
If a reference (such as a branch) contains a special character (such as a forward slash), the reference should be URL encoded to ensure the reference doesn't conflict with the URL. For example with a branch named "@team/next":
// Default domain https://docs.page/invertase/melos~%40team%2Fnext https://melos.invertase.dev/~%40team%2Fnext
docs.page now also supports previewing docs on your local machine, with a hot reload feature.
No local software installations are required. All you need is a directory on your machine with at least a
docs subdirectory, and a file
docs/index.mdx as usual.
Then navigate to docs.page/preview and select this directory, allow permissions and docs.page should do the rest!