From new names to new additions, let’s walk through PatternFly’s updated components.

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Documentation is never completely seamless. Everyone aims for helpful, efficient, and — of course — consistent content. But with so many content creators and file formats, stuff gets clunky.

At one time, we had that problem with PatternFly documentation. Our HTML/CSS community was writing documentation in a different format than our React community, and maintaining consistency was tricky when trying to create our combined documentation site,

But we found a way. Here’s how we unified our documentation with MDX.

Documentation problems

PatternFly comes in two major offerings: HTML and React. Until recently, these offerings used two completely different systems for their…

Zack Allen

Frontend build engineer at Red Hat

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