If you’re looking to see what’s new in the API doc site/course, you can browse new content in several ways.
Recently updated pages
Here are pages that I’ve recently updated. This list is auto-generated based on the last-modified timestamp on pages.
|Feb 03, 2021||API product overview|
|Feb 21, 2021||API glossary|
|Feb 16, 2021||What's new|
|Feb 06, 2021||Documentation processes and methodology|
|Feb 17, 2021||Processes for managing small documentation requests|
|Feb 06, 2021||Metrics and measurement|
|Feb 15, 2021||First-level checklist for API documentation|
|Feb 15, 2021||Measuring progress against documentation quality goals|
|Feb 15, 2021||Second-level checklist for API documentation|
|Feb 15, 2021||Templates for working with metrics|
Recent blog posts about API doc site updates
On my blog, I often write announcement-style posts after adding new content on my API course. You can browse these API doc site updates here.
Recent commits in GitHub
You can see the stream of commits in GitHub here. This lets you view more granular updates about the various commits. To see the commit for a specific page, click the small GitHub icon after the “Last updated” tag. Then click the History link in GitHub.
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