While writing a tutorial, I just came across the need to target two different user groups - windows and linux users. I wanted to write some shell commands as example but didn’t know if I should use powershell examples or better go withbash. Both examples would be a good solution, but it wouldn’t be nice to always have to skip half of them.
Haven’t I seen tabbed code blocks somewhere in documentation?
I remembered that I read about an asciidoctor plugin written by the spring team. Google soon revealed a stackoverflow question as the best result. This then led me to the plugin itself: spring-boot-asciidoctor-extensions.
Used the right way, it produces beautiful looking tabs for your code-blocks:
I was tempted to show you here how to use the extensions, but then reminded myself that it would be better to add the details I was missing from the readme when I first tried to use it, to the readme itself.
So head over to spring-boot-asciidoctor-extensions and give it a try!
PSPS: yes, you can use more than two tabs. Just add additional "secondary" blocks.