Writing clean code is not only knowing how to do it yourself but also about making sure that other developers will follow this path too. To be able to do this, they need to know the rules that apply to the project.
In this chapter, we discussed how to create documentation that can help you to achieve this goal. We discussed best practices for manually writing documentation, as well as creating informative and at the same time maintainable diagrams. Lastly, we introduced ways to generate documentation from the code and elaborated on the pros and cons of inline documentation.
Congratulations! You made it to the end of this book. We hope you enjoyed reading it and are now fully motivated to write clean code.
You will probably not succeed with it right away. Strengthening your coding skills is a process that can be frustrating and sometimes even hard to do when working on a commercial project. Try to be patient, and over time you will get better and better.