This will be a short post, I promise 🙂

Recently, I posted my version of a time picker in Sencha Touch 2. As part of this, I wanted to *really* document the component. I decided to leverage JSDuck, the tool which is currently used by Sencha to provide API documentation for…well…everything that they do.

Beyond looking pretty flipping sweet, the awesome part about JSDuck documentation is that it’s in the vein of “self-documenting” code. That is, beyond a few configuration comments you might make here or there, nearly everything that JSDuck spits out in terms of documentation (or is that duck-umentation…ugh) comes directly from the code you write anyway. Pretty nifty.

Anyway, if you’re interested, check out the documentation for JSDuck, and enjoy the screenshots of my documented component below.