Getting-Started with Forrest for Linux
The Tutorial Shows You Step-by-Step How-to Getting-Started with Apache Forrest Static and Dynamic Docs Generation Linux.
Apache Forrest ™ software is a publishing framework that Transforms Input from various sources into a Unified Presentation in one or more output formats.
The modular and Extensible Plug-in Architecture of Apache Forrest is based on Apache Cocoon and the relevant industry standards that separate presentation from content.
Forrest can Generate Static Documents, or be used as a Dynamic Server, or be deployed by its automated facility.
How-to Install Apache Forrest on Linux:Install Forrest for Linux
Apache Forrest Static/Dynamic Docs Generation
Running a Local WebApp of Apache Forrest Docs
Point Your Browser to:
Render Apache Forrest Docs as Static HTML/PDF
The Html and Pdf Documents will be Rendered into the build/site Directory…
To Display Point Your Browser to the index.html File.
Generate Your Own Site and Web App
Create the Site Skeleton.
To Configure the Site:
To Render as Static Site:
To Render as Live Editable Web App:
Then You Can Experiment with Live Docs Editing in: src/documentation/content/xdocs/
Install Firefox ForrestBar for Easy Development:Installed Firefox ForrestBar