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Stoplight tutorial update -- practically every screenshot updated

by Tom Johnson on Nov 1, 2022
categories: api-doc-site-updates

One of the most popular tutorials in my API doc course is this getting started tutorial for Stoplight Studio. Stoplight Studio is a tool for creating the OpenAPI specification and generating both reference and tutorial documentation. I recently worked with Stoplight writers to update all the screenshots and other details that have changed over the past year. The tutorial is now fully up to date.

By the way, this Stoplight tutorial is one of the most popular pages in my API doc course. Since I wrote it in January 2020, it’s had about 30,000 views. Check the tutorial out here: Getting started tutorial: Using Stoplight Studio to create an OpenAPI specification document

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