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
See the api-doc-site-updates category on my blog. I describe the updates I’m making here, often with commentary about why I made the update.
Seeing what content has been updated
To see the history of page, click the GitHub button next to the timestamp on the page:
This takes you to the file in GitHub. In GitHub, click the History link:
Then click the commit IDs to browse file diffs for the commits that include the file:
You can see the stream of commits in GitHub here.
About Tom Johnson
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