Hey guys, I hope all of you are trying to be part of #hacktoberfest.
This months my company (web developers for companies) has started to get a lot of projects, and as I was taking a look at the planning I decided to take a break and read some Dev.
well I found this repo
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and I started to think... should this projects have documentations? 🤔
So I think I need to be explained like I'm five documentation...
When should you use it?
Why should you use it?