The swaggers in our project stopped working sometime last week. Is anybody else having the same issue? I have tried different browsers, different operating systems, different computers and nothing worked. The left menu loads usually fine, but clicking individual endpoints does not do anything. I have tried reimporting the files several times, as well recreating the versions, to no avail. I am waiting for an answer from the technical support since the 25th of July 2018. Is there any way for someone to tell me if this is a site-wide issue, or perhaps when this will be fixed? Otherwise, I will have to seek another solution. Thank you for letting me know. Michal
Posted by Michal Krejci about a year ago
The announcements page hasn't been updated in awhile so it would be nice to get an idea of where you're at. We'd like to start writing specs in OpenAPI 3.0. If you're releasing soon we can just do that and convert to 2.0 for a little bit. If you're a year away then that doesn't make as much sense
Posted by Piers MacDonald about a year ago
In the API interaction view, there are two ways to edit the params type of 'array of object'. One is to fill the blank of each params of the object and click the 'Add Object' button. Another is to click the 'Edit Array Json' button and write Json data by myself. I tried the former way, and the data update in the curl panel successfully. BUT I don't know how can I use the latter way to edit Json data and let the Json data show up in the curl panel while I finishing edit.
Posted by chenchen about a year ago
Every time I create a body param with type double or float, it shows up on the real site as an integer. I am attaching pictures below of the bug showing the creation of the param as a double, and how it appears on my site as an integer. https://imgur.com/a/VYFebac https://imgur.com/a/Y7TAWuc
Posted by Ben Kaplan about a year ago
We would like to include basically a copy of parts of the table of contents inline in the page. For example, our sidebar could look like this: ``` A foo bar baz B qua flarb ``` And we would want to have inline in our landing page: ``` Check out all the awesome stuff our app does with A! link to foo link to bar link to baz And also check out the B stuff: link to qua link to flarb ``` Is there a programmatic way to do this? Or would we just have to manually insert the links and update them whenever a new sub-page was added? Thanks for any advice.
Posted by Lindsay about a year ago
The use case scenario for our team is to use ReadMe.io as one stop hub for different API teams to showcase their APIs. The APIs would be viewable to everyone within the organization but APIs would have limited edit access based on teams and users owning them. Has this been implemented yet ? Currently, as PoC I can setup different projects with different team members but the APIs in the teams are displayed in those domain. e.g. I have two projects HelloWorld (helloworld.readme.io) and HelloAPI (helloapi.readme.io). Basically, I want different team members on different projects with edit permissions but to have one central Developer Portal Hub (home page) listing all the APIs in References.
Posted by Shakil Riyad about a year ago
Hello, After regarding the Konwledge base, I've noted that there is no solution to create a custom form, such as a customer enrollment form. Do you know if there is any solution or workaround to develop it directly in readme.io please? Thank you for your answer.
Posted by Paul Lacroix about a year ago
Hi guys, I've imported swagger .json file to readme.io in Reference section. It seems like readme autogenerates the request examples, like curl --request POST \ --url http://example.com/v1/lalala/create The questions are 1) What settings should I change so that the request contains not only query params, but required body params as well. 2) Can I have the request examples in cUrl only, excluding Ruby, Node and other languages. 3) If it is not possible to have body params displayed, can I simply disable code auto-generation for the imported .json with API docs? Thanks, Mary
Posted by Mary Rainer about a year ago