I've been spending a lot of time trying to find a way to generate JsDoc comments for an entire project both in WebStorm and Intellij, but I haven't found anything about it.
The explanations always converge to the same point: "you type /**<enter>' then a minimum JsDoc comment will be generated just in front of your eyes. Isn't it wonderful?" Of course it is, under some circumstances.
HOWEVER, when you have a big project that has no JsDoc comments on it, and you need to get a technical overview about the project, its classes and methods, etc. through technical documentation (not by digging into the code line-by-line), it sounds quite unbelievable that you have to go to the code, and type "/**<enter>" for each method, function, class you find.
So, I assumed that we could be able to do that in a few clicks. Maybe I'm too tired and distracted today, but I wasn't able to find a way to do this. I also took a look at other tools but it seemed that all of them require that the in-code documentation exists so they can parse it and generate the external documentation as html or another format.
Besides a few hours of rest, what am I missing?