Thanks! There’s a full documentation site that I’ve produced with my fellow developers. Our output for development teams is a library of ReactJS components so it made sense to use that technology for the documentation site as well. Which actually made it easy to construct with all of the features ReactJS can offer. It’s also acts as our playground and testing environment to guarantee that our components are working as expected.
I personally would’ve loved to use a generator back when it was first being produced but all of them lacked the features we needed. So it’s all built in house.