How good is software if you don’t know how to use it? Documentation is needed no matter how simple to follow and easy to use you purport your code to be, and that is especially true with open source software.
The NATS Team has worked hard to improve and reorganize our documentation along with newly created code examples across six different client languages that illustrate how to use supported NATS clients. The new documentation will provide a better experience for those starting to use NATS by demonstrating usage of the client API and its best practices.
Our favorite part of this new documentation? A super neat feature where all samples are in the same documentation page. Click the language tab you want to view and all examples cascade to show you numerous examples in your preferred language. This is a great way not only to learn about the client in the programming language you love most but also to learn how other clients do the same task.
The team will be adding more programming languages and updating the server configuration pages to provide a similar experience. You can access the new examples in the documentation section of our website https://www.nats.io/doc/. For a sample on look and feel check out this section.
As always, please let us know what you think and feel free to suggest or contribute examples you would like to see using Github https://github.com/nats-io/nats-site/issues.