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Last updated: Sep 17, 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.

December 2021

November 2021

October 2021

Using Oxygen XML with docs-as-code workflows. Added a new article in the publishing tools section using Oxygen XML.

August 2021

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This list is auto-generated based on the last-modified timestamp on pages, scoped to the last 60 days. How does the script work? Every page has a “Last updated” line below the title. This script looks for any pages with a timestamp that appears within the last 60 days.

* Dec 11, 2021: Common characteristics of code tutorials * Jan 01, 2022: PDF and eBook formats * Dec 28, 2021: Documenting APIs: A guide for technical writers and engineers * Dec 27, 2021: Workshop -- agenda, slides, activities * Dec 13, 2021: Broadcasting your meeting notes to influence a wider audience * Dec 28, 2021: Get authorization keys * Dec 13, 2021: Scenario for using a weather API ## Seeing what content has been updated To see what's been updated on the page, click the GitHub button next to the timestamp on the page: GitHub button This takes you to the file in GitHub. In GitHub, click the History link: GitHub History Then click the commit IDs to browse file diffs for the commits that include the file: GitHub commit IDs
You can see the [stream of commits in GitHub here](https://github.com/tomjoht/learnapidoc/commits/main). ## 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. I tag these with "api-doc" — you can browse these [API doc site updates here](https://idratherbewriting.com/category-apidoc-site-updates/).
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