I second having online API pages, like they have in Unity. Or even better: inside SkookumIDE (as pop-ups or windows).
Until now I’m doing fine with browsing the classes hierarchy (Classes widget) in SkookumIDE and seeing teir members.
Actually it is faster for browsing than an online docs site could be - no loading, nor even a half second, it’s instantaneous, and has a very fast search. This is great.
Is there any particular workflow or mechanism that you think online API docs would give you over the SkookumIDE?
For me, personally, pop-ups inside SkookumIDE (or a tab/window) with a short explanation and maybe example usage, for each class and its member functions would be great.
Also if I create a class or member function, variable etc, this pop-up would automatically pick my commented lines.
I know this is actually not related to Skookum specifically, because the skookum methods, classes etc are just copies/translations of what UE4 gives us, but would help the user not need to leave the IDE, code faster etc.