We are constantly looking for new ways to improve the development experience with Hiro tools. Web3 development is complex, and we know just how many moving parts there are to build a functioning Web3 app.
It can be a lot, and our docs have to be robust to cover all of those moving parts. As a result, that also means it can be hard to find the exact documentation you’re looking for. One piece of feedback we’ve gotten from developers is that they want it to be even easier to surface relevant information and documentation for what they’re trying to build.
How can we put the information you are looking for right at your fingertips?
We’ve rolled out a few changes in documentation to make discovery in docs even more frictionless.
Last week, we announced a new search bar integration that offers filtered, real time search results to enable you to quickly find whatever documentation you are looking for. Alongside that, we have rolled out Hiro Help, a new AI chatbot.
This AI chatbot is continuously trained to crawl and index the Hiro website, Hiro’s blogs, Hiro’s YouTube, along with all of our documentation and will respond to all of your questions powered by Alltius and their LLM processing engine. Its responses will both give you the custom-tailored answer to your question as well as provide links to the docs pages and blog posts it pulled its answer from.
We want to thank the Alltius team for their collaboration and for helping roll this out to the Hiro and Stacks community.
Our goal is to unblock your development and let you focus on the code.
Give Hiro Help a try inside of our docs. We hope you find this new tool helpful and that it enables you to discover all of the value our documentation has to offer. If you have feedback or need to get a hold of our team, reach out to us on the Hiro channels on Discord.