I'm currently writing my bachelor thesis, which will involve citing the Angular docs. Angular is a web framework developed by both community developers and employees of Google LLC (Google is the primary maintainer).
I'm aware that, in general, sources that don't specify an author should be treated carefully. However, in this case, the linked document is more or less the highest authority on the matter (short of a direct statement by a developer or Google).
My question is: who do I list as the author of the framework documentation? Google? N/A? Something else?
Please don't focus too much on Angular in your answer - in this specific example, Google is probably the best candidate for the "role of author", but I'd prefer a more general answer.
More specifically, being a computer scientist, this will likely not be the last community-written online docs I will come across, and in other cases there might be no companies or equally important companies involved.