How can I make complete website/Url and child pages associated with Url available offline?
E.g. I want the android sdk at javadoc to be available offline so that I can go through it any time even without Internet
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Javadocs are nothing but simple HTML pages generated.
If you want to host it, any webserver that is capable of serving static pages will do.
Where can you download it?
Alternatively you can grab them from URLs:
Replace the numbers. (same naming convention, so try docs-19_r02.zip first, then -19_r01.zip, so on.)
The simplest way to get a url working offline is to setup a web server locally and host the files / resources there itself.
Thus your computer will act as the web server to serve those contents.
Why not use Wget? Quoting from the page:
I've personally used it to store several sites to view oflline. It has a slight steep learning curve (due to arguments and such) but it has the ability of doing everything you want.
There is also a port of Wget for Windows, if you don't have an UNIX machine.
The possible arguments I would use for your task would be something in the likes of:
Explaining the commands:
The argument usage is taken form the manual. I haven't run this so I can't say for sure it will crawl appropriately, but with some adjustments it would do the trick.