The fifth month of the lap around the sun heralded another busy period at Redocly.
At Redocly, in April, we have been akin the proverbial duck - calm on the surface, but paddling furiously underneath with our API suite of products.
What a super month March has been at Redocly! To say we have been busy would be an understatement.
February may be a short month in the calendar, but it was certainly busy at Redocly! This post highlights some of our recent product updates, new features and enhancements fr...
Starting 2021, Redocly will periodically publish a list of new features and enhancements we have delivered across our API products during our development cycles.
Does your organization own documentation for multiple APIs? How can users find them? This topic is commonly called API discovery.
This post is the first of a series of posts we plan to publish around how organizations can leverage the best of OpenAPI definitions, source control repositories, documentatio...
Enough said. No doubt, this year will go down as one of the most challenging years in recent times. We hope you are doing ok and have survived this brute of a pandemic.
At Redocly, we embrace developer experience. We believe docs-as-code is the optimal developer experience for producers of APIs.
As you probably know ReDoc was developed by Rebilly which is a payment/subscription company. Their main product is an API and it has a lot of endpoints and advanced payloads.
A few weeks ago, we migrated three API definitions that I maintain and contribute to OpenAPI 3 from Swagger 2. It is relatively easy to transition from version 2 to 3.
The background… By the time ReDoc was released in 2015, I was more comfortable with the OpenAPI (fka Swagger) specification.
ReDoc was born out of frustration with rendering my OpenAPI definitions for API reference docs. Developer documentation is very important to a developer’s experience.