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 End-User Documentation

End-User Documentation

In addition to developer documentation, DevExpress also provides end-user documentation for its Windows Forms and ASP.NET products. This documentation contains information on individual user interface elements (such as grids, navigation panes, data editors, charts, etc.), and provides instructions for end-users about how to solve the most-common tasks with these interface elements.

The DevExpress end-user documentation is divided into four target platforms.

Desktop (WinForms and WPF):

Web (ASP.NET):

You can obtain end user documentation sources from the DevExpress End-User Documentation repository hosted on GitHub. This repository's main goal is to provide developers who create applications with DevExpress .NET controls with drafts for their own help documents. You can distribute the included help documents to your end-users "as is" or create documentation for your products based on them. Help documents are provided as markdown files, which are editable and reusable. You can build the documentation website or generate printer-friendly PDF files based on this repository using the DocFX documentation generation tool.

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