Zeal – AIO offline API documentation browser for Win & Lin

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Zeal is a free and open source offline documentation browser specially designed for programmers/coders on Windows and Linux. It’s inspired from Dash on Mac OS X, developed using Qt, simple but efficient, enables you to instantly access 170+ offline API documentation sets with ease.

On account of basing on the same docset format, Zeal can be completely compatible with all documents for Dash. Although there is no code snippet management function (instead, it only provides the offline document browsing feature), anyway, for Windows and Linux users finally we have one to use (Dash is currently only available on Mac OS, although was planning to be ported to Windows, due to various reasons that was delayed).

// Key Features //

  • Quickly search documentation using Alt+Space (or customised) hotkey
  • When not in use, can be hidden to the system tray
  • Allows to search multiple documents at the same time
  • Integrate Zeal with your favorite IDE using a variety of plugins (25+)
  • Do not rely on the network (totally offline)
  • Open source under the GPL (completely free)
  • All documentations for Dash can be used in in Zeal (170+)

// Supported Documentation Sets //

  1. .NET Framework
  2. ActionScript
  3. Akka
  4. Android
  5. AngularJS
  6. Angular.dart
  7. Ansible
  8. Apache
  9. Appcelerator Titanium
  10. AppleScript
  11. Arduino
  12. AWS JavaScript
  13. Backbone
  14. Bash
  15. Boost
  16. Bootstrap 2
  17. Bootstrap 3
  18. Bootstrap 4
  19. Bourbon
  20. Bourbon Neat
  21. C
  22. C++
  23. CakePHP
  24. Cappuccino
  25. Chai
  26. Chef
  27. Clojure
  28. CMake
  29. Cocos2D
  30. Cocos2D-X
  31. Cocos3D
  32. CodeIgniter
  33. CoffeeScript
  34. ColdFusion
  35. Common Lisp
  36. Compass
  37. Cordova
  38. Corona
  39. CSS
  40. D3.js
  41. Dart
  42. Django
  43. Docker
  44. Doctrine ORM
  45. Dojo Toolkit
  46. Drupal 7
  47. Drupal 8
  48. ElasticSearch
  49. Elixir
  50. Emacs Lisp
  51. Ember.js
  52. Emmet.io
  53. Erlang
  54. Express.js
  55. ExpressionEngine
  56. ExtJS
  57. Flask
  58. Font Awesome
  59. Foundation
  60. GLib
  61. Go
  62. Grails
  63. Groovy
  64. Groovy JDK
  65. Grunt
  66. Gulp
  67. Haml
  68. Handlebars
  69. Haskell
  70. HTML
  71. Ionic
  72. Jade
  73. Jasmine
  74. Java SE6
  75. Java SE7
  76. Java SE8
  77. Java EE6
  78. Java EE7
  79. JavaFX
  80. JavaScript
  81. Joomla
  82. jQuery
  83. jQuery Mobile
  84. jQuery UI
  85. Julia
  86. Knockout.js
  87. Kobold2D
  88. Laravel
  89. LaTeX
  90. Less
  91. Lo-Dash
  92. Lua 5.1
  93. Lua 5.2
  94. Lua 5.3
  95. Marionette.js
  96. Markdown
  97. Meteor
  98. MomentJS
  99. MongoDB
  100. Mongoose
  101. Mono
  102. MooTools
  103. MySQL
  104. Nginx
  105. Node.js
  106. NumPy
  107. OCaml
  108. OpenCV C
  109. OpenCV C++
  110. OpenCV Java
  111. OpenCV Python
  112. OpenGL 2
  113. OpenGL 3
  114. OpenGL 4
  115. Perl
  116. Phalcon
  117. PhoneGap
  118. PHP
  119. PHPUnit
  120. Play Java
  121. Play Scala
  122. Polymer.dart
  123. PostgreSQL
  124. Processing.org
  125. Prototype
  126. Puppet
  127. Python 2
  128. Python 3
  129. Qt 4
  130. Qt 5
  131. R
  132. Racket
  133. React
  134. Redis
  135. RequireJS
  136. Ruby
  137. Ruby 2
  138. Ruby on Rails 3
  139. Ruby on Rails 4
  140. Rust
  141. SaltStack
  142. Sass
  143. Scala
  144. SciPy
  145. Semantic UI
  146. Sencha Touch
  147. Sinon
  148. Smarty
  149. Sparrow
  150. Spring Framework
  151. SproutCore
  152. SQLAlchemy
  153. SQLite
  154. Statamic
  155. Stylus
  156. SVG
  157. Swift
  158. Symfony
  159. Tcl
  160. Tornado
  161. Twig
  162. Twisted
  163. TYPO3
  164. Underscore.js
  165. Unity 3D
  166. Vagrant
  167. Vim
  168. VMware vSphere
  169. WordPress
  170. Xamarin
  171. Xojo
  172. XSLT
  173. XUL
  174. Yii
  175. YUI
  176. Zend Framework 1
  177. Zend Framework 2
  178. Zepto.js

// Tips //

For the downloaded offline API documentations of various programming languages, just extract and put them into the “docsets” folder, then restart the program to make it be identified.

// Related Links //

// Download URLs //

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If some download link is missing, and you do need it, just please send an email (along with post link and missing link) to remind us to reupload the missing file for you. And, give us some time to respond.
If there is a password for an archive, it should be "appnee.com".
Most of the reserved downloads (including the 32-bit version) can be requested to reupload via email.