Edit: Apollo is now at "Apollo in list To Do [Other]" on DevDocs
Please upvote Apollo on DevDocs!
tl;dr Please upvote Apollo on GitHub to fulfill DevDocs(offline docs) requirements, we need 5000 stars!
Apollo-Server at GitHub 989 stars
Apollo-Client at GitHub 2495 stars
and please maybe star the different clients:
React-Apollo 632 stars
Apollo-Angular 179 stars
Angular1-Apollo 54 stars
BTW there is no link to the Angular(2) REPO at the docs!
Apollo-Android 267 stars
Apollo-iOS 414 stars
But if I sum this REPOS we are already at 5030 Stars
DevDocs is a nice way to get offline documentation.
I would like to see Apollo there!
Actually, there is a Trello "To Do [Other]" GraphQL
Under "Ideas", "Suggest new docs here" are the conditions described as follows.
* Source code documentations only (HTML format)
* Project must be open source (as defined by OSI) and actively maintained
* License must permit alteration, redistribution and commercial use
* Project must have >5k stars on GitHub or equivalent
DevDocs is open source — the fastest way to see a doc added is to contribute.
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Please include links to the source code, docs, and docs license.
Name: [name of software]
Source: [link to source]
Docs: [link to docs]
Docs license: [link to license]
Suggestions that don't follow these instructions will be ignored.
Do Apollo docs fulfill the condition?
I do not find a docs license!
Suggestion could look like e.g.
Docs: http://dev.apollodata.com/ ?
Docs license: [link to license] ?
I am not sure how to handle different Apollo-Clients?