Docusaurus alternative that doesn't require development resources

Archbee is a no-code documentation platform that makes creation, editing, and collaboration effortless… all with zero engineering effort.
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Companies that use Archbee to build better documentation.

Write the docs, set your domain and hit PUBLISH

Once your content is ready, all you do is hit publish. We make it easy to setup branded docs on your domain — with all the bells and whistles.

No more fiddling with markdown, git workflows, CI/CD pipelines, and servers for user-friendly and great-looking docs!
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Product documentation Sites

Selling to developers? Probably not the way you think.

Developers don't "jump" on demos or sales calls. Let them educate themselves on product and they'll sell the product for you internally.

We provide you with the tools to onboard and activate them in your product with no human interaction.
Developer and API Docs

Our incredibly featured editor will make it easy to create the content

Block-based speedy editor with over 30+ custom blocks and 25 embeds and integrations available.
Not only that, but it's incredibly easy for your entire team to collaborate on creating the content.
Internal Wiki and Knowledge Base


Low maintenance required
Fast publishing workflow
Improve developer activation
Hosted and SSL certificates included
Import OpenAPI files
Make your product understood
Easy to use editor
Import Postman Collections
Scale support without the headcount

Effortless content editing + collaboration

Information is more than just plain text.

Archbee's document editor allows you to create and structure your content effortlessly with the flexibility of custom blocks and the simplicity of Markdown syntax.

Utilize a any of the 30+ custom blocks, such as lists, checklists, tables, callouts, minitasks, files, images, videos, maps, multilanguage code editors, diagrams, Mermaid.js, API endpoints, Swagger/Open API, GraphQL, changelogs, HTML iframes, to enhance your team's ability to communicate effectively.
20+ Custom Blocks
Easy document collaboration with inline comments.

This is knowledge management on steroids to help your team learn to communicate asynchronously.

This is how you build an efficient, resilient & remote-ready team.
Inline Comments
We went far beyond the basic editing experience.

Archbee is a complete documentation workspace for your team!

Link docs, mention people to keep knowledge up to date and close by.
Link Reference and Person Mentions
Each keystroke is a sub 15 millisecond process time.

One of the easiest as well, no training required. It's the fastest way build up your company's knowledge.

Use markdown shortcuts or just point and click to format for great readability.
Markdown Shortcuts and editing

Is Archbee the most complete product docs tools out there? You tell us.

Markdown shortcuts
Custom JavaScript and CSS
Dark Mode
Drag and drop to organize
Mention people and docs
Blazing fast search
Custom domain with
SSL certificates
30+ custom blocks
Share multiple spaces
on the same domain
25+ integrations
Password protected spaces
Guest accounts for spaces
Mermaid.js Diagrams
API docs with OpenAPI
and GraphQL
Infinite document history
Catch up to team updates
Organize docs in spaces
Ping team members
Document templates
Visitor authentication for public spaes
Emoji icons for docs
and spaces
Document stats
Share individual docs
or entire spaces
Automatic table of content
Keyboard shortcuts
Embed anything with iframe
Document Backlinks
Knowledge Graph
Slack Integration
Web & Desktop Apps
"We needed to create technical documentation and were looking for a fast, and easy to use platform"
Greg Soltys, docuflow Product Manager at
"Archbee makes building our docs enjoyable and I'm a developer, so you know that's saying something"
Scott Wickberg, Owner & Creative Director
"Once we started scaling, things got tough and we needed a modern solution for knowledge documentation"
Alex Circei, Founder & CEO
"The interface is clean and very easy to use. It has everything we would expect from a team wiki"
Delphine Marceau, Head of Customer Care
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That comes with 0 unplanned downtime in the past 8 months
500+ happy customers
We help you easily create and share documentation.
Over 100K docs created
That comes with over 2M document edits.
100 millisecond and lower
Is the average response time our system provides.
1.4 average deploys / week
We move so fast we have to generate version numbers.
360+ hosted docs sites is hosted by us. No sweat!
Integrated with 25+ apps
We love other software. We don't try to replace everything.
45 minutes avg
response time
We love to talk to customers! Bots are not our thing.

Don’t change your tech stack

Archbee integrates seamlessly with powerful tools to streamline your team's workflows.

Docusaurus vs. Archbee: What's right for me?

With do-it-yourself sites, you can do whatever you need. But some things you should be aware of if you go that route when building your customer-facing documentation.

1. Developer time is precious: you will have to invest 2-4 weeks initially and probably 5-10 hours per month to maintain the code and push changes to the content;
2. If you have significant traffic (>100K hits per month), you will pay the provider (S3 + Cloudfront, Vercel, or Netflify) some money. In the range of $10 to $50;
3. If you have a commercial offering, you will have to pay Algolia for search; they are free only for OSS;
4. You don't get any integrations out of the box: embedding API docs, diagrams, etc. You put even more development time into it;
5. The static site does not get better with time (unless you put more dev time into it), as opposed to a SaaS solution, which gets better without you doing anything;
6. If you bring in a technical writer, there's a high possibility that they are not familiar with the git + markdown workflow.

That said, it's hard to find what is the real cost of running your own docs website, so we asked the community. Check the first article.