Hopefully you’re already familiar with https://devdocs.io/ but if not go use it and then come back. It’s a great way to quickly drill down on reference documentation for a big list of available docs, and it works completely offline. I use it constantly.
My daily workflow involves a full-screen web browser and a full-screen terminal so it’s not out of my way to pull up devdocs.io at any time. However, I do tend to prefer terminal workflows. The devdocs.io folk have a pretty simple layout to lookup topics in an index and then fetch the full docs for that topic, and it turns out it’s not too hard to do that using jq, Lynx, and a fuzzy-finder:
The code is currently a tad opinionated and uses a couple things from my dotfiles so it’s not exactly a drop-in install but hopefully it could be a starting point for your own implementation. You can view it here: