Michael Mathews is announcing that JSDoc with version number 3.3.1 is already available to download.
What is JSDoc ?
JSDoc can produce documentation in a wide number of text-based formats like HTML, XML, JSON, and so on.JSDoc was previously know as JsDoc Toolkit.The former JSDoc versions used Java to parse the source code, extract comments and generate the documentation. Since the 3.x branch Node.js is used instead.Besides Node.js, JSDoc can also work with Mozilla’s Rhino engine as well.To use JSDoc properly, check its documentation for information about how to format your source code comments so they can be detected and used by JSDoc’s engine.
This is changelog for JSDoc version 3.3.1 :
- Can now run JSDoc on Node.js.
- Can now use the @interface and @implements tags to document interfaces and their implementations.
- Closure Compiler’s @inheritDoc and @override tags are now supported.
- If the JSDoc comment for a symbol includes the @mixes tag, all of the mixins now appear in the symbol’s documentation.
You can read the complete changelog and also download this latest version on their homepage: usejsdoc.org