Write content with MyST markdown#
Our documentation is written in MyST Markdown, using a parser for Sphinx developed by the Executable Books project.
MyST Markdown overview#
The quickest way to learn how to write with MyST Markdown is to read the MyST Markdown overview.
MyST Markdown cheat-sheet#
For a reference of many kinds of MyST Markdown, see the MyST Markdown cheat-sheet. This shows many common types of content people write, and how they look with MyST source code.
Interactive MyST explorer#
See the MyST-JS documentation has live examples of MyST Markdown that you can edit to see their output. This is another useful reference and a way to quickly play around with different formats.
Some of the syntax in MyST-JS is slightly different from MyST-Python - the project is working to unify these experiences.