Last updated 4 months ago


Redocly connects to your source control to offer continuous validation and delivery of your:

  • API definitions
  • API reference docs
  • API developer portal
  • More (contact us to learn about what else we can automate)

How it works?

Redocly has integrated with popular version control software tools such as GitHub, GitHub Enterprise, and Azure Repos. When a pull request is opened, or a commit made and pushed to those services, Redocly can be notified automatically and, for example, validate your API definition and build a preview of your API reference docs.

We recommend following a git-ops docs-like-code workflow. However, we also support other non-git-based sources such as file uploads, URLs, and CI/CD (coming soon for enterprises).

Triggers by source types

Version control software tools (preferred)

Redocly can trigger workflows based commits pushed and on Pull Requests opened or changed.

You can connect to:

  • GitHub
  • GitHub Enterprise
  • Azure Repos
  • GitLab self-managed
  • Bitbucket Cloud (comming soon)
  • Bitbucket self-managed (Server or Data Center)

File upload

Redocly will run the workflows on demand, when you upload the file(s).


Redocly can poll a URL at regular intervals and if there is a change we will validate, bundle, add it to the registry, and trigger the workflow.