Use the power of Bit and GitHub actions to automatically update the code you show on your documentation

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Writing documentation for your code, whether it is a small library or a full set of microservices other developers need to interact with, is definitely one of the most tedious tasks in our industry.

The main issue with documenting a system is that it can very easily get outdated due to changes in the code. And although, we tend to favor automation in our tasks, updating these changes is a task that normally needs to be done by hand. Going snippet by snippet, making sure every example in our documentation is up-to-date. That is of course, until now because in this article I’m going to show you a workflow that will help you identify the moment a snippet gets outdated and needs to be checked.

So let’s get into it, shall we?!

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Keeping Your Documentation Up-to-Date with Bit and GitHub
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