You might have noticed that I’ve been a bit quite on the blogging front for a while. Well, now I can reveal what’s been occupying all my time - introducing the Document.Factory.

Document.Factory is your toolkit for automated document generation - a way to automate the production of reports and documentation.

I wrote the initial version of the Document.Factory to scratch my own itch, generating release notes for a work system.

However, people shown the prototype indicated they thought it would have general use, so I’ve put the work into turning this into a production release.

I have a private roadmap on additional features - watch this space.

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