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Add users who are able to use ReadMe’s platform to edit documentation.
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Build your API specifications using Swagger/OpenAPI and import them to have your reference docs auto-generated.
Update your documentation via ReadMe's API.
Make API calls directly from within the documentation, and receive real information back, including error codes and header details.
Automatically log in your users when they visit your docs via JWT.
Use your own OAuth to authenticate users.
See how your users are utilizing your docs.
Customize with CSS to make your site fit your brand. Use JS to build in extra features or customize your ReadMe page to make it easy to use.
Your site is at your own domain, for example docs.yoursite.com or devs.yourcompany.com.
Change the HTML settings in the footer and header to create extra links to change the style to fit your needs.
You can change the body color, theme, and logo.
A home page for your docs, which can be fully customized.
Set your site to private using a site-wide password or ReadMe admin login.
Your site will be yoursite.readme.io.
Set variables that you can re-use throughout your documentation.
Versions allow you to edit your documentation before making it live. They can be marked as beta or deprecated.
Remove the ReadMe logo and any mention of ReadMe from your site.
Include a community-based forum for your API users to ask each other questions.
Announce changes or create blog posts for your users.
Create a full-width custom page for marketing and any other purpose you may need.
Link your docs to Statuspage and inform your users about your current API status.
Define terms that may be specific to your API.
Keep your site secure with Cloudflare certificates that are generated and maintained automatically.
Updated 7 months ago