Zeal is a simple [highlight style=’alice-blue’]offline API documentation browser [/highlight]inspired by Dash (OS X app), available for Linux and Windows.
- Quickly search documentation using Alt+Space (or customised) hotkey to display Zeal from any place in your workspace.
- Search in multiple sets of documentation at once.
- Don’t be dependent on your internet connection.
- Integrate Zeal with Emacs, Sublime Text, or Vim.
Downloading documentation sets
Inspired by the Mac-only application Dash, Zeal is a simple offline API documentation browser. In other words, select the languages you want documentation for, click download and it’s all available in one easy-to-search location.
Sublime Text integration
This feature allows you to search the documentation from within Sublime Text 2 and 3.
First install package control, then run it by pressing Shift+F1 which returns an error, and then locate the Zeal.sublime-settings file (via Preferences > Browse Packages…) and update the “zeal_command” parameter to wherever you unzipped the zeal.exe file.
Then in Sublime Text itself I have two options:
- Select something to look up and hit F1.
- Or press Shift+F1 to open the Zeal search box to type in my search term.
You can download Zeal by visiting this link
[button url=’http://zealdocs.org/download.html’ size=’medium’ style=’green’] Download [/button]