I’ve been working with clojure for some time now, mostly using it for small, fast development efforts so that I could become more familiar with it. In that time, I came to really like the format of ClojureDocs. It provides code snippets as samples for each function which clearly demonstrate how it works.
I started thinking that Gremlin would benefit from that kind of documentation. With that in mind, I created GremlinDocs.com. GremlinDocs is meant to be a companion to the Gremlin wiki, a reference for both beginners and advanced Gremlin users alike. It is a quick reference to the functions that Gremlin has with examples taken from the Gremlin REPL to demonstrate those functions.
GremlinDocs is actually a GitHub repository where all the content for it is contained within a single
README.md file, with the idea that the repository could be forked and community contributions would help further improve the documentation.