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Use Docsify to serve a website view of the collated docs from @gasket/plugin-docs.


New apps

gasket create <app-name> --plugins @gasket/plugin-docs,@gasket/plugin-docsify

Existing apps

npm i @gasket/plugin-docs @gasket/plugin-docsify

Modify plugins section of your gasket.config.js:

module.exports = {
plugins: {
add: [
+ '@gasket/plugin-docs',
+ '@gasket/plugin-docsify'

Now, when you run npx gasket docs in your app, a nice Docsify website will be launched in your browser.


To be set in under docsify in the gasket.config.js.

  • theme - (string) Name of the theme. Default is styles/gasket.css. Can be set to name of docsify themes, a URL, or CSS file.
  • port - (number) Port to serve the docs from. Default is 3000.
  • config - (object) Any Docsify configuration property except for functions types that are not currently supported. Default has auth2top and relativePath set to true, with maxLevel at 3.
  • stylesheets (string[]) - Optional additional stylesheet URLs to load.
  • scripts (string[]) - Optional additional scripts files, which can include docsify plugins.


This example uses the dark theme, and enables the Google Analytics plugin by adding the script and config.

// gasket.config.js

module.exports = {
docsify: {
theme: 'dark',
config: {
ga: 'UA-XXXXX-Y'
scripts: [