Fetches and presents the latest tech documentation content.
FreshTech is a handy plugin that fetches and presents the most recent documentation from various sources. You can use it to retrieve the latest documentation for software, libraries, or APIs. Specify the type and source of documentation you need, and the plugin will present the relevant data in a readable format. The plugin makes a request to the source, parses the data, and formats it for display. Keep in mind that the length of the documentation data can vary significantly, so consider the context length when using this tool. This plugin is perfect for developers who need to stay up-to-date with technology and want quick access to the latest information.
Learn how to use FreshTech effectively! Here are a few example prompts, tips, and the documentation of available commands.
Prompt 1: "Find the latest documentation for Python."
Prompt 2: "Can you provide me with updated ReactJS API documentation?"
Prompt 3: "I need the most recent documentation for TensorFlow."
Prompt 4: "Is there any updated documentation available for the Django framework?"
Prompt 5: "Can you fetch the documentation for PostgreSQL with Python?"
Features and commands
|This command retrieves the most recent documentation data from the specified source. You can specify the main technology or framework you're interested in using the |
main-tech-name parameter. Additionally, you can apply a filter using the
filter parameter to narrow down the information returned. The documentation data will be fetched, parsed, and formatted for display. Note that the length of the documentation data returned can vary significantly depending on the source and request. If the data exceeds the token limit, you may need to ask for specific parts or use follow-up prompts to view the rest of the data. Specify your request clearly to get the best results.
DescriptionThis plugin is designed to fetch and present the most recent documentation data from specified source. It can be used to retrieve updated documentation for various software, libraries, or APIs. The plugin works by making a request to the documentation source, parsing the data, and then formatting it for display. To use this plugin effectively, consider specifying the type of documentation you're looking for and the source. For example, you could ask for 'latest Python documentation' or 'updated ReactJS API documentation'. The plugin will then fetch the relevant data and present it in a readable format. Please note that the length of the documentation data returned can vary significantly depending on the source and the specific request. Some documentation might be quite brief, while others could be very detailed and lengthy. Therefore, it's important to consider the context length when using this plugin. If the documentation data is too long, it might exceed the token limit for a single response. In such cases, you might need to ask for a specific part of the documentation or use follow-up prompts to view the rest of the data. Remember, the goal of this plugin is to provide you with the most recent and relevant documentation data. So, make sure to specify your requests clearly to get the best results
First added20 June 2023