So, let’s take this example of a project being constructed with metadata-driven design, and we’ll choose the ubiquitous Confluence as our wiki’s platform for hosting this project’s documentation. After we’re finished with the necessary prerequisite steps for creating our wiki (creating a Space, making templates, etc.), we write a page for our online manual, specifically about the dynamic nature of our system’s data structures. Now, in order to paint a more complete picture for this explanation, we are ready to add an interactive segment. So, what do we do?
Even though it might require some investment, such a small utility can convey so much of an idea without the usual amount of required verbosity.