There is a general move in Azure DevOps Pipelines to using YAML, as opposed to the designer, to define your pipelines. This is particularly enforced when using them via the new GitHub Marketplace Azure Pipelines method where YAML appears to be the only option.
This has shown up a hole in my Pipeline Tasks documentation, I had nothing on YAML!
So I have added a YAML usage page for each set of tasks in each of my extensions e.g the file utilities tasks.
Now, as are most developers, I am lazy. I was not going to type all that information. So I wrote a script to generate the markdown from respective task.json files in the repo. Now this script will need some work for others to use as it relies on some special handling due to quirks of my directory structure, but I hope it will be of use to others.