GroovyHelp is a powerful API documentation (Javadoc and Groovydoc) that will help Java developers and Groovy developers to search API documentations very conveniently.
From now on, you don't have to waste time in finding help documentations in chm format and can manage all API documentations efficiently.
GroovyHelp is cross-platform and it works on Mac OS X, Windows and Linux.
Detailed instructions on how to install and use the GroovyHelp utility on your Mac are available HERE.
Here are some key features of "GroovyHelp":
· Allows to search API info(e.g. classes, interfaces, methods, etc.) through keywords
· Supports full-text search and highlights the result
· Displays packages and resources of documentations in tree style
· Displays source code related to documentation with syntax highlighted
· Allows to compare two documentations(e.g. javadocs of Java 7 and Java 6) and learn the changes of API quickly
· Bundles a lot of examples on Java API usage
· Supports all sorts of javadocs generated by Java 1.4~7
· Supports all sorts of groovydocs generated by Groovy 1.8+
· Supports both English docs and Chinese docs
· Highlights code snippets in the web pages
· Supports javadocs in the zip files(e.g. *.zip, *.jar, *.war, *.ear)
· Supports javadocs on the web sites(e.g. jexcelapi javadoc online)
· Allows to choose which JRE to run with through the environment variable named "GROOVYHELP_JAVA_HOME"
· Provides three types of web browsers(jfx browser, native browser and simple browser), Note: jfx browser can be enabled by setting the environment variable named "GROOVYHELP_JAVAFX_HOME"
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Improved performance of starting up
· Failed to cache the search result of keyword consisted of single character.