Margin Notes: Automatic code documentation with recorded examples from runtime
Programmers working on large codebases frequently need to understand APIs for existing code. Manual documentation is helpful, but takes time to maintain and often doesn’t include enough examples.
Margin Notes automatically generates code documentation by recording example data from function calls as a program executes and displaying those examples in an interactive UI next to the code. This allows programmers to quickly view many examples from past executions as they read the code, helping them efficiently gain insight into the behavior of the program.
Tue 6 NovDisplayed time zone: Guadalajara, Mexico City, Monterrey change
10:30 - 12:00
|Margin Notes: Automatic code documentation with recorded examples from runtime|
|PANE: Programming with visible data|
|Realtime Annotations & Visualizations in Live Coding Environments|
Charles Roberts Worcester Polytechnic InstitutePre-print