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Documentation as a Product
 
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Mark Tattersall http://videos.writethedocs.org/video/75/documentation-as-a-product http://conf.writethedocs.org/57 "Write the Docs" is so often a line item found at the end of a project plan. But documentation deserves so much more attention and thought as good documentation does more than just describe how to use or implement a new feature, particularly in the case of API documentation. It is both the shop window and instruction manual. The tone of the documentation represents your product, and the complexity, simplicity or 'magic' needs to shine through. My talk will focus on two objectives: 1) Why does Documentation deserve product planning on its own? 2) What do you mean Documentation as a Product?
Views: 1814 Next Day Video
Video 4 of Mashery Product Demo Series - Mashery Interactive API Documentation
 
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Learn how interactive documentation can be used as both a way to understand and explore the functionality of an API, but to also try it out using the documentation interface.
Views: 1037 TIBCO Products
What Makes Good API Documentation: An Example-Based Approach
 
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Lois Patterson http://videos.writethedocs.org/video/47/what-makes-good-api-documentation-an-example-bas http://conf.writethedocs.org/16 We'll take a tour through API documentation land, comparing the features and usability of different API doc sets. Interoperability is important, and making an easy-to-use API available can be a significant component of a company's success. Based on my own research, plus consultation with software engineers, product managers, and other technical writers, I will discuss what makes excellent API documentation. Here are some samples of great API documentation features that I have found.
Views: 2945 Next Day Video
Survival Strategies for API Documentation
 
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This is a webinar I gave to the STC Southwestern Ontario chapter on Feb 2, 2015. For more details, see http://idratherbewriting.com.
Views: 269 Tom Johnson
Writing technical documentation
 
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In "Writing technical documentation" I show you how I write technical documentation and what tools I use.
Views: 8565 Fredrik Christenson
Getting Started with the Graph API
 
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An introduction to Facebook's Graph API which is the primary way to programmatically integrate with Facebook - publishing Open Graph stories, reading data about the current user - their details, likes and interests and friends. Read the full Getting Started guide at https://developers.facebook.com/docs/getting-started/graphapi/ We cover: - the difference between Objects (also known as Edges) and Connections - Using the Graph API Explorer we see how to build up deep graph queries which dive several layers deep into the Graph - How we need to request additional permissions to access more data about the user, or to have permission to publish on behalf of the user.
Views: 378594 Facebook Developers
RAML API Documentation
 
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Introduction to the RAML API modelling language I have introduced and some of the tools that we can benefit from by defining a RAML api definition.
Views: 9991 Lee Cooper
Product Spotlight: Anypoint API Designer
 
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A graphical syntax-aware environment to design and document APIs using RAML, Anypoint API Designer, complete with a single-click mocking service, makes it easy to engage fellow coders, teammates and customers at every step. Try it today: http://ow.ly/UP9SB
Views: 135978 MuleSoft Videos
Swagger tutorial -- How to add Swagger OpenAPI to your REST API documentation
 
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I gave this Swagger tutorial as a presentation for TC Dojo (http://www.single-sourcing.com/products/tcdojo/). You can find more information here: http://idratherbewriting.com/pubapis_swagger_intro/ and here: http://idratherbewriting.com/pubapis_swagger/
Views: 54271 Tom Johnson
SwaggerHub 101: API Documentation, Mocks, and Collaboration
 
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SwaggerHub is an integrated API design and documentation platform, built for teams to drive consistency and discipline across the API development workflow. Use SwaggerHub for free today: https://swaggerhub.com?utm_source=youtube We created SwaggerHub with a goal to change the way teams work together on the design and documentation of their APIs. What you will learn: • Quickly get started with SwaggerHub • Seamlessly generate interactive documentation for your APIs • Generate mocks for your API without configuring a server • Use Organizations and teams to better manage your collaborators • Sync your API code with source control management tools • Improve design consistency with features like Domains and Style Validator https://smartbear.com Subscribe to all SmartBear videos here: https://www.youtube.com/user/smartbearsoftware?sub_confirmation=1
Views: 1134 SmartBear
Motivating developers to write API documentation
 
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Jennifer Hodgdon Everyone attending this conference probably agrees that it's a benefit in any software project to have good API documentation. But how do you get it written? There are three possible strategies: (a) Developers write the API documenta
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Automatic Testing of API Documentation
 
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This is a session given by Rouven Weßling at Nordic APIs 2016 Platform Summit on October 25th, in Stockholm Sweden. Description: There are few things more frustrating than documentation that doesn’t match the implementation – especially when it’s documentation for your customers. In actively developed software that is a reoccurring problem. As the product evolves the documentation often lags behind and sometimes breaking changes sneak it, breaking the very examples that are part of the documentation. To avoid all these problems, it’s time to start testing your docs. In this talk I’ll show you what’s currently possible when it comes to testing documentation, how to start testing API documentation written using API Blueprints and how to incorporate it into your workflow.
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Introduction to OAS | Lorna Jane Mitchell | API the Docs London 2018
 
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Introduction to OAS by Lorna Jane Mitchell, API the Docs London, 2018 Talk description: "Open API Specification is a machine and human readable way to describe APIs. From these specs we can generate documentation, create libraries, and ensure that our users know exactly what to expect from our APIs. This talk shows you around OAS from the very beginning, from introducing JSON and YAML for the data format and working up from there. You’ll learn how to represent your APIs and how to structure and navigate the spec documents. There will also be recommendations for resources and tools to help you along your way. This talk will showcase some of the things that your API can do when it has an OAS to describe it. This session is recommended for writers looking to become more API-savvy and API engineers wanting to make their APIs more useful to their users." API the Docs London 2018 recaps: https://pronovix.com/event/api-docs-london-2018 --- API the Docs is an event for tech writers, API developers, product owners and developer evangelists who embrace documentation as a crucial aspect of a great developer experience. The conference is a great opportunity to share and discuss the latest best practices, strategies and new trends relevant to API documentation and developer portals. Website: https://apithedocs.org Sign up here for notifications on upcoming events, discount codes, recaps, etc: http://bit.ly/apithedocs
Views: 140 API the Docs
VMware's Journey to Deliver DevPortals as a Service | Richard Thomchick | API the Docs London 2018
 
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VMware's Journey to Deliver Developer Portals as a Service by Richard Thomchick, API the Docs London 2018 Talk Description: Over the past 5 years, VMware has aggressively pursued a “hybrid cloud” strategy, acquiring or creating nearly 50 new products along the way, each with their own distinct set of APIs. Many of the acquired companies already had their own developer portals, while the homegrown product teams often had no idea where to begin, and almost all of them were working in silos. At VMware {code}, part of our job is to “herd cats at scale” across these silos so we can deliver a cohesive, consistent developer experience. Our API the Docs journey started with a mission to build a better API browser for our ecosystem, but we’ve ended up with a scalable framework for delivering developer portals as-a-service that can manage the complexity of our API bestiary while allowing product teams to preserve their autonomy. This “Dev Center” framework collects API docs, code samples, and other resources from a common set of services, and automatically generates an entire developer portal (“dev center”) based on a scope that can be defined automatically or selectively by product teams and developers based on product affiliation, user entitlements and other facets. Contributors get complete control over content management with an admin UI that’s as easy to use as WordPress, along with the option to enable continuous deployment of API docs directly from the build chain. Our first go-to-market partner for the Dev Center framework was VMware Cloud on AWS, and our “Eureka!” moment came when we saw first-hand how transformative it was for our customers to start experimenting with our APIs immediately instead of having to install and configure a mountain of complex components. As part of this talk, we will share the results of our rollout with the AWS team and provide an in-depth walkthrough of the VMware Cloud on AWS dev center in a live environment so attendees can see the solution first-hand. Time allowing, we will also provide a sneak peek at our plan to integrate the framework in VMware Cloud itself so that product teams can implement their own in-product dev centers with zero lines of code, and so that developers get a unified view of APIs across all the services they subscribe to. API the Docs London 2018 recaps: https://pronovix.com/event/api-docs-london-2018 --- API the Docs is an event for tech writers, API developers, product owners and developer evangelists who embrace documentation as a crucial aspect of a great developer experience. The conference is a great opportunity to share and discuss the latest best practices, strategies and new trends relevant to API documentation and developer portals. Website: https://apithedocs.org Sign up here for notifications on upcoming events, discount codes, recaps, etc: http://bit.ly/apithedocs
Views: 19 API the Docs
Plug-in SDK and API Documentation Overview
 
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This Plug-in SDK and API Documentation Overview video is an introduction to programming plug-ins with the RICOH THETA V. Craig Oda, theta360.guide organizer, covers application development with Android Studio and installing plug-ins inside the camera. RICOH THETA V product page on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2JcR9dO THETA V Plugin Development Information http://theta360.guide/plugin/ theta360.guide is an independent community and information site focused on RICOH THETA developers. It is free and open for anyone to use. For similar videos by Craig and others in the theta360.guide community, please see the playlist Unity Development for RICOH THETA: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WHMzBw-wYNA&list=PL0feeJIlTI8nYIPxc1L0ih4silfoUbjWU MAIN COMMUNITY SITE: http://theta360.guide GITHUB: http://github.com/theta360developers TWITTER: https://twitter.com/theta360dev FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/theta360guide/ MEETUP: https://www.meetup.com/RICOH-THETA-Developers-SF-Bay-Area/ Subscribe to THETA360Developers! http://youtube.com/THETA360Developers
Automate Document Creation with the Google Docs API
 
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If certain tasks are slowing you down, automate it! Anu Srivastava shares how you can utilize the Google Docs API to boost efficiency in the workplace, such as creating documents with already prefilled values to eliminate the tedious manual labor of copy and paste. Check out this blog for more information → https://bit.ly/2O7h0Dc To get more updates on videos like this, subscribe to the GCP Channel → https://bit.ly/G-Suite1 product:Google Doc API; fullname:Anu Srivastava
Views: 3718 G Suite
Write The Docs South Bay - Publishing API Documentation
 
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Noted Bay Area Technical Writer Tom Johnson discusses tools and techniques for publishing API documentation. This is from the first South Bay Chapter meeting of Bay Area Write The Docs, January 18 2018.
Views: 752 WTD San Francisco
API Design for Microservices Using Apiary | Luis Weir | API The Docs London 2018
 
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API Design for Microservices Using Apiary by Luis Weir, API The Docs London 2018 Talk Description: "It’s not news anymore that Microservice Architectures is changing the way systems are designed and built, however what’s rarely discussed in detail is how the APIs exposed by microservices are designed and managed throughout the lifecycle so they can be discovered and consumed by community of developers when building solutions. In this presentation, I will explain in detail how an API-design first strategy can be adopted to design Microservices. To this end I will demonstrate how to design and build a Node.JS Microservice following an API-first approach using Apiary and also how to expose an API in a developer portal so communities of developers can discover them and subscribe to the APIs." API The Docs London 2018 recaps: https://pronovix.com/event/api-docs-london-2018 --- API the Docs is an event for tech writers, API developers, product owners and developer evangelists who embrace documentation as a crucial aspect of a great developer experience. The conference is a great opportunity to share and discuss the latest best practices, strategies and new trends relevant to API documentation and developer portals. Website: https://apithedocs.org Sign up here for notifications on upcoming events, discount codes, recaps, etc: http://bit.ly/apithedocs
Views: 41 API the Docs
The Ultimate API Publisher’s Guide | Joyce Lin | API the Docs London 2018
 
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"The Ultimate API Publisher’s Guide" by Joyce Lin at API the Docs London 2018 Talk Description: "The most beautiful API is only as good as its documentation. After spending so much time on the design, development, and testing of your API, you can’t just stop there. API development isn’t complete until your endpoints are well-documented and discoverable to your end user. Whether you’re documenting an API for the broader community or a tight-knit team, Joyce will share a framework for covering all your bases – for building awareness, gaining adoption, and maintaining your API documentation." API the Docs London 2018 recaps: https://pronovix.com/event/api-docs-london-2018 --- API the Docs is an event for tech writers, API developers, product owners and developer evangelists who embrace documentation as a crucial aspect of a great developer experience. The conference is a great opportunity to share and discuss the latest best practices, strategies and new trends relevant to API documentation and developer portals. Website: https://apithedocs.org Sign up here for notifications on upcoming events, discount codes, recaps, etc: http://bit.ly/apithedocs
Views: 302 API the Docs
The API BizDev Portal | Sophie Rutard | API the Docs London, 2018
 
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The API BizDev Portal by Sophie Rutard, API the Docs London, 2018 Talk Description: "Euler Hermes has 10 years experience of supporting customers and partners in using our API. However, we now get prepared for the next step, that is switching from individual support to self-service, and so we need to build a dev portal. However, in the sales process typically our business talks to our customer’s or even broker’s business people, and then they hand it over to their own IT or even external providers to perform the implementation. Of course these developers have no idea about credit insurance, so we need to include insurance product-related learnings into the developer-facing documentation. To make it even more complex we have a number of different product types to support with individual API catalogues… The talk is to sensibilize that it’s not at all sufficient to provide technical documentation and sandboxes. We really need to include some kind of e-learning for the business aspects." API the Docs London 2018 recaps: https://pronovix.com/event/api-docs-london-2018 --- API the Docs is an event for tech writers, API developers, product owners and developer evangelists who embrace documentation as a crucial aspect of a great developer experience. The conference is a great opportunity to share and discuss the latest best practices, strategies and new trends relevant to API documentation and developer portals. Website: https://apithedocs.org Sign up here for notifications on upcoming events, discount codes, recaps, etc: http://bit.ly/apithedocs
Views: 59 API the Docs
Creating Product Documentation with G Suite and Ultradox
 
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This video explains how you can create state-of-the-art product documentation using Google Drive, Google Docs and Ultradox
Views: 1651 floreysoft
How to Create the API Document from Real API and Localization | Atsushi Nakatsugawa | API the Docs
 
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"How to Create the API Document from Real API and Localization" by Atsushi Nakatsugawa at API the Docs London 2018 Talk Description: "Sometime, real API and documentation have deep groove. So I have decided to create document from real API request and response. At first, I have created swagger from API response. After that, I have published mkdocs documents from swagger. Many developers wrote the API document in the source code. But we need more information in the document such as sample code, example parametors and more. So sometime source readability is down by API information. I recomend we should write the API information in test code. Another case, I have to support English and Japanese version of API document. I have a swagger file written by English. I made a small script file that load swagger file and translation key files, and it generates the documents both languages. Most swagger or OAS tools don’t support internationalization. But some developers need it like Japanese, Chinese and etc. Translation key file is very simple solution." API the Docs London 2018 recaps: https://pronovix.com/event/api-docs-london-2018 --- API the Docs is an event for tech writers, API developers, product owners and developer evangelists who embrace documentation as a crucial aspect of a great developer experience. The conference is a great opportunity to share and discuss the latest best practices, strategies and new trends relevant to API documentation and developer portals. Website: https://apithedocs.org Sign up here for notifications on upcoming events, discount codes, recaps, etc: http://bit.ly/apithedocs
Views: 25 API the Docs
Docs API, Network Customization, Box meets ML, & more! (This Week in Cloud)
 
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Here to bring you the latest news in the cloud is Google Cloud Developer Advocate Mark Mirchandani. Learn more about these announcements → https://bit.ly/2VU3Yvv • Google Docs API → https://bit.ly/2Uzsl1e • Customize your Cloud Network → https://bit.ly/2Hpr74U • Focus points on getting certified in Cloud Network Engineer → https://bit.ly/2HsHb5P • Box meets Machine Learning → https://bit.ly/2Ux8FLv • Customer Lifetime Value → https://bit.ly/2Uzus5a This Week in The Cloud is a new series where we serve you the lowest latency news → https://bit.ly/ThisWeek-inCloud Tune in every week for a new episode and let us know what you think of the latest announcements in the comments below! Remember to subscribe for weekly updates → https://bit.ly/GCloudPlatform product:Docs API, Machine Learning, Network services; fullname:Mark Mirchandani;
API Documentation
 
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Postman for API development and docs (Write the Docs episode 13)
 
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In this episode, we chat with Abhinav Asthana (founder and CEO of Postman) to explore how Postman, a REST client, can be used to create, collaborate, and publish API documentation. If you work with API documentation, you've probably used Postman to make and test API requests. But you can do also a lot more with Postman. You can embed Run in Postman buttons that contain collections of requests that users can load in their own Postman clients (perfect for getting started tutorials). You can collaborate with engineers on the requests and documentation by syncing collections across a team account. And with just a few clicks, you can also publish and host your documentation through Postman, complete with code samples in multiple programming languages. Check out Postman's API Network to see many ways different companies use Postman in their documentation. See http://podcast.writethedocs.org/2018/01/22/postman-for-api-docs-write-the-docs/ for more details and links.
API Documentation
 
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API Academy: Documentation Overview
 
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Subscribe to our YouTube channel to stay up to date on all of our world-class products and exciting updates: https://goo.gl/YhZF9h Not sure where to start when it comes to documentation? This video will help you understand why you need to document your API and a few effective methods for doing so. For more information on APIs and API Management visit: http://cainc.to/iry6hP
Views: 195 CA Technologies
Building Empathy-Driven Developer Documentation - Kat King - Write the Docs Portland 2018
 
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http://www.writethedocs.org/conf/portland/2018/schedule/
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Is GraphQL Really "Self-documenting"? | James Scott | API the Docs London 2018
 
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Is GraphQL Really "Self-documenting"? by James Scott at API the Docs London 2018 Talk Description: As GraphQL continues to emerge in the API space, an increasing number of advocates have lauded it for being “self-documenting” or “self-descriptive”. Some have even gone as far as to say GraphQL doesn’t need documentation. I want to debunk this “self-documenting” myth, explain the importance of naming in GraphQL; something co-creator Lee Byron has promoted himself, and share why I think technical writers still have an important role to play in its documentation. API the Docs London 2018 recaps: https://pronovix.com/event/api-docs-london-2018 --- API the Docs is an event for tech writers, API developers, product owners and developer evangelists who embrace documentation as a crucial aspect of a great developer experience. The conference is a great opportunity to share and discuss the latest best practices, strategies and new trends relevant to API documentation and developer portals. Website: https://apithedocs.org Sign up here for notifications on upcoming events, discount codes, recaps, etc: http://bit.ly/apithedocs
Views: 76 API the Docs
API Documentation Thingy
 
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API Documentation Thingy
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Lightning Talk: Docs as Part of the Product: Open Source Technical Documentation at Scale
 
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Lightning Talk: Docs as Part of the Product: Open Source Technical Documentation at Scale - Den Delimarschi, Microsoft When someone says “documentation” they imagine a boring set of articles or API stubs hosted somewhere on a site nobody will find outside an occasional pointer from a search engine. Docs can be out-of-date, inaccurate or related to an old product version. What if we move away from traditional paradigms, to a world where creating and consuming docs is enjoyable, while making them more collaborative and interactive, ensuring there is always relevant sample code that works? Den covers the journey of swapping out the world’s largest technical docs site (MSDN), with a lean open-source cloud solution that scales for any platform, making it a key part of Microsoft products, with better reliability AND attracting a community of OSS developers helping make docs more useful for everyone. Den will also talk about ways in which products can grow their communities by encouraging contributions to docs. About Den Delimarschi Program Manager, Microsoft
Minimum Viable Documentation
 
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Matthew Lyon http://videos.writethedocs.org/video/46/minimum-viable-documentation http://conf.writethedocs.org/15 You're working at a startup building a "minimum viable product" -- and everything about the product is being cut down to bare minimum to reduce the risk and cost of failure. Deciding what to include in "Minimum Viable" is difficult, and the value of documentation in service of product development is often misunderstood by project managers who work in this style, who often choose to forego documentation altogether. I will make the case for including documentation in "viable": We'll consider ways of understanding your target audience, helping introduce them to your software and getting them unstuck, and make the case for minimum-viable in-house developer documentation.
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The Trials and Tribulations of the API Style Guide | Andrew Johnston | API the Docs London 2018
 
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The Trials and Tribulations of the API Style Guide by Andrew Johnston, API the Docs London 2018 Talk Description: "This talk chronicles one technical writer’s holmesian journey to develop an API style guide to bring order to the chaos of Shopify’s REST API. Along the way many challenges were faced and solutions were provided by studying clues and following leads! Some of these challenges include the following: - API Resource naming for REST APIs is hard (everybody has an opinion !) - API Resource naming impacts the navigational sidebar but also has implications on how you write about APIs that makes sidebar naming considerations even more complex - In your navigation, it’s really hard to find patterns to enforce sub-resourcing in a uniform and consistent manner - If you support multiple API technologies (REST and GraphQL) you should be mindful that maybe one size does not fit all In this talk you can expect to learn the following: - Solutions to resource naming challenges that we adopted at Shopify - Best practices for documenting properties, parameters, IDs and other API-specific terminology - Whether or not to start property descriptions with an article (“The”, “An” etc.) - The best way to document booleans -The best way to indicate valid values Also, this talk ends with a complete, end-to-end playbook for how to write your own in-house API documentation style guide! By sifting through the clues and reviewing best practices by companies such as MailChimp, Etsy, Magento, Google and others we were able to come up with our own in-house style guide solutions that solved the case." API the Docs London 2018 recaps: https://pronovix.com/event/api-docs-london-2018 --- API the Docs is an event for tech writers, API developers, product owners and developer evangelists who embrace documentation as a crucial aspect of a great developer experience. The conference is a great opportunity to share and discuss the latest best practices, strategies and new trends relevant to API documentation and developer portals. Website: https://apithedocs.org Sign up here for notifications on upcoming events, discount codes, recaps, etc: http://bit.ly/apithedocs
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Dmitry Nazarov & Vladimir Shulyak: "API documentation in Python project done right using RAML"
 
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Dmitry Nazarov / Software Engineer / Charge Software / Russia. Saint Petersburg Passionate developer, bachelor of applied math & CS. Currently engineering backend of the charge.auto cloud with Python 3 and Tornado. ++++++++++++++++ Vladimir Shulyak / CTO / Create / Russia. Saint Petersburg Currently CTO @ Create, managing the team, writing some codez. Founder of several international startups in the past. Simple linear regression enthusiast. ITMO, TechPeaks and Mind The Bridge SF Alumnus. #juniordevforlife ++++++++++++++++ API documentation in Python project done right using RAML — The role of existing systems of API documentation (Swagger, RAML, Apiary, ..) and their features. Which one of it best suits your project — Why we’ve chosen RAML on a few of our projects. What problems does it solved (and what introduced) — How all of it looks and how it feels in practice (in demo project and in production) — Accompanying tooling — The conclusions drawn and further thoughts on a topic ++++++++++++++++ Piter Py 2016 http://it-sobytie.ru/events/5862 Follow us Vk: https://vk.com/piterpy Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Piter-Py-1435880166647775/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/PiterPy #PiterPy ++++++++++++++++ Sponsors Wargaming: https://wargaming.com ++++++++++++++++ Organizers: IT-Events: http://it-events.com IT-Dominanta: http://www.it-dominanta.ru
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Chargebee Tutorials - The API documentation (subscription billing platform)
 
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More about Charegebee: https://www.getapp.com/finance-accounting-software/a/chargebee/ Key Features of ChargeBee --- Recurring Billing --- Customer Portal --- Hosted Payment Pages (with Theme Support) --- Trial management --- Automated Invoicing --- Automated Email Notifications --- Multiple Gateway Support --- Metered Billing --- CRM, Accounting integration --- Coupons, Discounts and Add-ons --- Proration More about Charegebee: https://www.getapp.com/finance-accounting-software/a/chargebee/
Views: 587 GetApp
I Try to Use Your API... (live testing) | Cristiano Betta | API the Docs London 2018
 
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"I Try to Use Your API, You Won't Believe What Happens Next (live testing)" by Cristiano Betta, API the Docs London 2018 Talk Description: "Every day we all have to deal with many different users trying to get their first hand experience with our products. Some of them are seasoned pros with a purpose, yet many are relative novices with little experience. How sure are you that your product is easy to use? Have you tested it? With real users? What about complete novices? In this talk I’ll be picking 1 random product out of a bag and try to make a 1st integration before the end of the session. My task will be simple: Exploration: Can I see the product in action before I sign up? Get Started: Can I complete a first integration? Reference: Can I find the reference documentation for that first integration? Can I manage? Do you dare to put your product in the bag?" API the Docs London 2018 recaps: https://pronovix.com/event/api-docs-london-2018 --- API the Docs is an event for tech writers, API developers, product owners and developer evangelists who embrace documentation as a crucial aspect of a great developer experience. The conference is a great opportunity to share and discuss the latest best practices, strategies and new trends relevant to API documentation and developer portals. Website: https://apithedocs.org Sign up here for notifications on upcoming events, discount codes, recaps, etc: http://bit.ly/apithedocs
Views: 42 API the Docs
Publish Interactive API Documentation Using the Layer 7 API Portal
 
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Publish Interactive doc - this video explains how you can automatically create interactive API documentation at the same time that you publish an API
Views: 1239 CA API Management
Content Strategy for DevPortals | Emmelyn Wang | API the Docs London 2018
 
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Content Strategy for DevPortals by Emmelyn Wang, API the Docs London 2018 Talk Description: »“Connection is why we’re here.” Brene Brown "APIs may be the technology, but the reason why we use them is to connect people to people and machines to machines to accomplish meaningful, value-driven goals." Emmelyn Wang No Developer Portal, Developer Community, or API documentation Developer Journey 1: Pre-launch stealth mode, technology in R&D, tech docs as a means to support fundraising and business development/partnership efforts Developer Journey 2: Modern transformation of the Legacy API to a Modern API (growing pains) | Iceberg model, what to expose?, tech writer’s influence in API Design first thinking and information architecture Existing Developer Portal and Community to Revamp, Outdated API docs Developer Journey 3: Merger and Acquisition M&A, One organization acquired another, combine similar APIs Developer Journey 4: Moving the developer community from one platform to another, transforming legacy docs to new formats and matching technology Healthy Developer Portal, Community, and API Docs at Scale Developer Journey 5: Developer Community is both local and global, code libraries and docs maintained for each technology, the key for agility and rewarding participation | Engage the open source community« API the Docs London 2018 recaps: https://pronovix.com/event/api-docs-london-2018 --- API the Docs is an event for tech writers, API developers, product owners and developer evangelists who embrace documentation as a crucial aspect of a great developer experience. The conference is a great opportunity to share and discuss the latest best practices, strategies and new trends relevant to API documentation and developer portals. Website: https://apithedocs.org Sign up here for notifications on upcoming events, discount codes, recaps, etc: http://bit.ly/apithedocs
Views: 112 API the Docs
Apigee Edge - 4MV4D - Drupal Developer Portal - Publish API Documentation - Open API Spec - S04E06
 
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Find out how to publish API Documentation in Apigee Drupal based Developer Portal. Q & A - Please refer to https://community.apigee.com
Views: 2164 apigee
Mashery I/O Docs
 
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Ready to make it faster and easier for developers to interact with your API? Mashery I/O Docs, the next generation of API documentation and exploration, let developers execute live API calls—directly from your docs. Think docs meet testing and debugging, all in one convenient, interactive interface.
Views: 12624 TIBCO Mashery
Documenting Hypermedia APIs | Nick Bradley | API the Docs London 2018
 
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"All Resources Are Equal, but Some Are More Equal than Others - Documenting Hypermedia APIs" by Nick Bradley at API the Docs London 2018 Talk Description: "Documenting a new API is simple nowadays right? You create (or generate) a nice OpenAPI specification with your dev teams and pick a slick UI to display it. Not with Hypermedia you don’t. I’ll explain the differences between Hypermedia APIs and more traditional REST APIs, the benefits of them in the payments lifecycle, and why we looked past traditional API specs and started from scratch. I’ll go on to demonstrate how we can generate a suite of developer documentation and visual assets that make integration simple – breaking down the barriers to a less frequently used API design pattern and unlocking its full potential." API the Docs London 2018 recaps: https://pronovix.com/event/api-docs-london-2018 --- API the Docs is an event for tech writers, API developers, product owners and developer evangelists who embrace documentation as a crucial aspect of a great developer experience. The conference is a great opportunity to share and discuss the latest best practices, strategies and new trends relevant to API documentation and developer portals. Website: https://apithedocs.org Sign up here for notifications on upcoming events, discount codes, recaps, etc: http://bit.ly/apithedocs
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eBay API Docs at Innovate
 
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Rekha Patel, Manager of eBay Developer Technical Support, and Neil Mansilla, Director of Developer Products and API evangelist for Mashery, talk about eBay's API docs at X.commerce Innnovate 2011 (Moscone West, San Francisco).
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Importing API reference documentation into a MadCap Flare project
 
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This is a demo of the ways you can generate API reference documentation from a Swagger file, and import it into MadCap Flare to create a API documentation portal.
Views: 239 Cherryleaf
APIs are The New Dial Tone - Ben Nunney
 
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Simple APIs are the best way to add new features and make your product more profitable. How can seeing a problem through the lens of software help? What is Twilio doing to help? Ben Nunney is European Marketing Manager at Twilio, working out of the company's European office in London, UK. Prior to joining Twilio, Ben spent more than five years at Microsoft UK, firstly as a Cloud Deployment Specialist, pioneering the adoption of new cloud communications platforms at the firm, and latterly as a Technical Evangelist. During his time at the software giant, Ben took responsibility for the company's student evangelist programme, 'Microsoft Student Partners'. This involved mentoring young technologists, startups and entrepreneurs, as well as co-hosting a successful podcast, called The Geekly Chronicles, aimed at younger founders and technology enthusiasts. http://nordicapis.com http://www.internetdagarna.se APIs are big business. Expedia is turning over 1 billion dollars via their API. VISA, Mastercard, DnB, The Guardian, New York Times, ESPN and many more well known companies have APIs, not to mention Amazon, Twitter, Facebook and other internet companies. APIs are no longer something just for techies, it is something that affects business and disrupts industries. During one day at Internetdagarna we are going to talk about how APIs can be used to make money directly or indirectly -- either by being sold as a product or by being used to market other products. There will be presentations from companies that have taken this journey and are willing to share their experiences and from industry experts that will share best practices. From Nordic APIs for Business The Internet Days 2013 Stockholm, Sweden 2013-11-26
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IBM API Management Service
 
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Gary, Matt and John talk about the new IBM API Management Service. Topics include, what the IBM API Management service is, what the benefit is to you, and how to find out more about it. Sign up for free trial - https://apim.ibmcloud.com and click "GET /started" Developer Community - https://developer.ibm.com/api/ Tutorials - https://developer.ibm.com/api/docs/tutorial/ Twitter - @ibmapimgt and @IBMIntegration Product documentation - http://www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/SSZFB2_3.0.1
Views: 1423 john mcnamara
How VSTS can power your process and product documentation needs with markdown powered Wiki
 
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In this video we'll show you how Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) Wiki powered by Git, markdown and elastic search can be your complete solution for any documentation needs. We'll cover both the web UI and Git-clone scenarios for editing the markdown documentation and show you the workflow that can power your teams next doc project. For more information visit our documentation: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/vsts/collaborate/?view=vsts Speaker: Atin Bansal
Views: 2346 Microsoft Developer
Product Spotlight: Anypoint API Portals
 
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Get developers started in minutes with an easy-to-navigate portal that surfaces interactive docs, tutorials, code snippets and examples. The API Portal takes the guesswork out of on-boarding developers and provides a best practices framework for rapidly delivering the tools they need to successfully use your API. Try it today: http://ow.ly/UPaXU
Views: 5089 MuleSoft Videos
Agile Documentation w/ Confluence & Scroll Add-ons: Developer Dave
 
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Learn more about Scroll Versions: https://www.k15t.com/software/scroll-versions Try it free: https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/com.k15t.scroll.scroll-versions/server/overview Product documentation must keep pace with fast-paced release cycles, even when developers don't have time to assist the technical writers. Developer Dave explains how Confluence and Scroll Add-ons help tech writers to handle documentation even while development teams are hard at work, and how it enables everyone to take care of their own piece without getting in each others' way. Learn more about how Confluence and Scroll Add-ons power painless content collaboration: https://www.k15t.com/solutions
Views: 744 K15t
API Developer Experience  Why It Matters, And How Documenting Your API with Swagger Can Help
 
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Developer experience (DX) is an extension of general User Experience, which emphasizes the developer, and their experiences working your API. A good API developer experience goes beyond technical writing. It is about providing all the right resources that help your end consumers successfully integrate and work with your API. A well designed developer experience has API documentation at the center of it. But good documentation isn’t an easy task, and can oftentimes be a tedious and time consuming process for a lot of engineers. Things to expect in this video: -What is Developer Experience (DX)? -What does it mean for an API to have good DX? -API documentation in the context of good DX? -An introduction to the Swagger framework -Designing APIs from a usability perspective using Swagger and SwaggerHub
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Writing an App Specification
 
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In this video I talk about what makes a good specification for building an app. In these times of agile development practices, it's tempting to just go ahead and write the code from simple requirements, and then refine during short iterations with the users and stakeholders. This may actually work for the development, but already when starting to test it becomes difficult without complete requirements. There are many practices for documenting the architecture and requirements of a solution and the most common methodologies (e.g. RUP, TOGAF, etc) divide them into a number of different documents, which is the main reason that many promote a simpler approach. In an attempt to find a middle path, I will show you a template that I've created by merging the best from the common methodologies, but still keeping everything in one single document. The specification template consists of mainly three parts, and they are the conceptual, the logical, and the physical views of the solution. The conceptual solution answers the question "what?" as in "what the mobile solution will do?", and include the functional and non-functional requirements. It starts with an overview figure and description, followed by the user stories (or simplified use cases). The user stories are complemented by screen mockups of all the screens in the app. If a screen is very complex, which should be avoided if possible (apps should be simple), several mockups may be needed for that screen. Following the user stories is a brief description of the service calls and data that the app will use, and finally comes the non-functional requirements (e.g. security, availability, etc). The conceptual solution is very useful during the implementation, and in the creation of test cases to verify the quality of the solution. The logical solution answers the question "how?" as in "how will the solution be implemented?", and describe the main parts of the solution, but without being specific on what technologies and products to use. It starts with a figure followed by a description of the different parts of the solution. The logical solution is essential when it comes to compare and select the final physical solution. For example, it can be shared with different suppliers, which can come back with a suggested physical solution based on their products. The physical solution answer the question "with what?" as in "with what will the solution be realized?", and describe the actual products and technologies used as well as solution details (service interfaces, database structures, etc). It also starts with a figure that is similar to the one in the logical solution, but here each part of the solution is also specified with the actual technology or product that will be used to realize that part. In the description of the figure, all details about each technology and product are provided (like edition, version, etc). Then service interfaces are documented with request format, parameters and their data types, returned entities and their data types, response and error codes, etc. The database tables are specified with attributes and their data types, primary keys, etc. An important point about a document like this is to ensure that it's a living thing throughout the project, and therefore I recommend storing the document using a cloud service (e.g. Google Drive). When requirements or technical solutions change, make sure that the document is updated so that it's aligned with the implemented solution. This way, the document will automatically become the system documentation. So there you have an example of what a good specification for building an app can look like. You can find the actual template on http://cforsberg.com/?p=145. Follow me on Twitter https://twitter.com/chrisforsberg Visit my site http://cforsberg.com
Views: 9255 Chris Forsberg