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Last updated: Apr 21, 2021

If you’re looking to see what’s new in the API doc site/course, you can browse new content in several ways.

Most recent updates

The following are the most recent updates to the API documentation course.

Last updated Page
API getting started tutorial Added section on minimalism’s influence. Also updated Run in Postman button section to switch from static buttons to forked workspaces.
Getting started tutorial: Using Stoplight Studio to create an OpenAPI specification document Updated this tutorial to align with the many enhancements and changes to Stoplight over the past two years. (See Updated Stoplight tutorial for more details.
API glossary Expanded the content with technical examples about how to single source glossary content from a single YAML file. Also added examples for integrating tooltips and popovers as well, added more discussion, analysis, additional reading, and other updates overall. (See Updated glossary article with technical examples for more details.)

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This list is auto-generated based on the last-modified timestamp on pages. Every page has a “Last updated” line below the title. This indicates the last time I updated content on the page (in a significant way).

Auto-generated list of updated pages

This list is auto-generated based on the last-modified timestamp on pages. Every page has a “Last updated” line below the title. This indicates the last time I updated content on the page (in a significant way).

Last updated Page
Apr 21, 2021 API getting started tutorial
Apr 21, 2021 What's new

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Recent blog posts about API doc site updates

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