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mdBook is a command line tool and Rust crate to create books with Markdown. The output resembles tools like Gitbook, and is ideal for creating product or API documentation, tutorials, course materials or anything that requires a clean, easily navigable and customizable presentation. mdBook is written in Rust; its performance and simplicity made it ideal for use as a tool to publish directly to hosted websites such as GitHub Pages via automation. This guide, in fact, serves as both the mdBook documentation and a fine example of what mdBook produces. mdBook includes built in support for both preprocessing your Markdown and alternative renderers for producing formats other than HTML. These facilities also enable other functionality such as validation. Searching Rust's crates.io is a great way to discover more extensions.
- mdBook has a Rust API
- Write your own preprocessor or renderer
- Incorporate mdBook features into other applications
- mdBook's parser adheres to the CommonMark specification
- mdBook is free and open source
- mdBook includes built in support for both preprocessing your Markdown and alternative renderers
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