Startups often have a large focus on rapid development. Large, sweeping changes roll in frequently. As a result, documentation seems futile. The opinion that is expressed well by GrandmasterB.
According to Eastern Peaks' "Source code documentation best practices," one of the 5 things good code documentation consists of is a way to "...combine automated documentation tools and human input".
It is widely accepted that documenting your code is a necessary evil; that we value the health of the application more than the life of the application. But there's no doubt that code documentation is a chore.
Akceli was developed with each of these points in mind. Akceli allows you to document your code in a way that is appealing to developers. The more you document your code standards, the more Akceli can generate for you. Akceli is not tucked away in a read me, its a terminal application that you use within your Laravel project to generate sections of code based on your standards. You can prompt the next person to add to the application with a series of questions to make sure the generated code follows standards according the the specifics of the situation.