Hi, I tried the markdown export from readme.io. The markdown files of the API reference do not contain the parameter descriptions or response. I didn't see any configuration options. Is it possible to export this information, and how would I do it? Thanks!
Posted by Laure Mouillet about a year ago
Hi, I need to add some API with the API 2.0 in the documentation which will have the URL: https://staging.eko.in:25004/ekoapi/v2. Currently the base URL for the API's is https://staging.eko.in:25004/ekoapi/v1 Please let us know how I can manage both of the URL in the same documentation.
Posted by Akanksha Chawla about a year ago
Hi Guys, we facing the issue with some of API have example code not displaying well, it's throwing back to the top when we select other language code and this is happening only last of APIs, its working fine with a top of APIs
Posted by Karen about a year ago
https://readme.readme.io/docs/navigation#section-advanced I changed the section name, but the hover text didn't change. You can see the bug on this readme site as well. When hovered, "Knowledge Base" shows "Guides". I would rather prefer disabling hover effect.
Posted by Sojin Kim about a year ago
I am working on a Ruby-on-Rails API project and I'd like to generate my API documentation from my code and upload it to readme.io so it's dynamic and automated. readme.io supports API documentation uploads via a URL for a Swagger 2 and OAS 3 API Specification file. readme.io recommends using Swagger Inline to create a Swagger/OAS file but that is a npm package. I could include this in my Rails project but I'd prefer to work with a Ruby gem since the documentation needs to be generated from Ruby code. What do you recommend for this workflow?
Posted by Raman Buttar about a year ago