If you're using nowjs, you probably noticed that nowjs.com website has been down for a long time. It had some real good and useful documentation on it, and unfortunately now that is no longer accessible.
No worries, I will show you how to host nowjs documentation locally. It's even faster and more convenient to use when it's hosted on your own box. You will need a local webserver like Apache.
Go to the Github site for nowjs, https://github.com/Flotype/now and download the latest copy. If you have the Github client just use "Clone in Windows" button. If not you can download the whole project as a Zip and unzip to somewhere on your drive.
Let's say you have a copy of the Flotype nowjs repository under C:\dev\nowjs.
Create an Apache website and point the root to the folder C:\dev\nowjs\doc\jsdoc. Let's say you used port 204 for this new Apache site. Then, point your web browser at:
And you should have all the goodness of the Nowjs documentation, with no dependence on their down website!
You can also get to the Getting Started, User Manual, and Best Practices pages of Nowjs through their Github site at these Urls: