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Case study: Switching tools to docs-as-code

by Tom Johnson on Nov 21, 2017 •
categories: api-doc

In the Publishing your API documentation section of my API documentation course, I recently added a new topic called "Case study: Switching tools to docs-as-code". In this article, I dive into a lot of challenges, decisions, and other details we faced in converting to the docs-as-code model, especially when publishing the output directly from the server.

You can read the article here: Case study: Switching tools to docs-as-code.

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