Hi, I'm having trouble setting up the API Explorer. I followed the steps in the tutorial but nothing happens, nothing shows up in my project. Also I noticed the tutorial is a little outdated compared to the interface: " In the top-left, there's a little grey button. This will let you select your method, and will bring up the API Explorer builder." -- this doesn't really work this way, can't select anything, but the Explorer builder does show up. But that's it. Can someone explain better or give a short example?
Posted by David Amzaru 3 years ago
Since this morning, I'm unable to edit pages in the documentation section. There seems to be a JS error preventing a full page load: "angular.js:9959 TypeError: Cannot read property 'push' of undefined" I've tried on multiple browsers, does anyone know of a work-around?
Posted by Adam Y. 3 years ago
I've got an API Setup template in which I describe an API params, examples, results, etc. After the section I want to add a table which describes the list of values returned in a response. I can add the table with no problem, but when I go to view it the table is introduced with a "Documentation" header. I don't want that header. I'm relatively new to readme.io so I might be missing something, but is there a way to either edit it, or simply delete it?
Posted by Steve Scott 3 years ago
First off, I'm so grateful for readme.io-- thanks to everyone for this service. But I think I've come across a bug. I am using it for our open source project at http://dRonin.readme.io . It has worked well for the first release we documented with it-- v20160409. I just tried to fork that release to create v201607xx for our next release. It's now in my account, but when I try to visit the release I get a 404, and I am unable to enter the documentation editing page for that release-- clicking on 'Documentation' on the left sidebar in dash.readme.io does nothing with that release selected (but still works fine on v20160409). I've given it a little time to see if it's better, have tried in multiple browsers (safari, chrome, and firefox on OSX), and I've tried to access the documentation editing via multiple methods. I have also tried making the release public to no avail.
Posted by Michael Lyle 3 years ago
I see that the "Developer Hub" plan includes **Password Protected** docs, whereas the "White Label" plan has **Private Internal** docs. Can someone explain the difference there? Is that basically just changing the Protection Type setting on Internal Documentation from "Site-wide Password" to "Admins Only"?
Posted by Brian Carr 3 years ago
Does readme.io have any way of using letsencrypt for obtaining certificates? We would need access to the underlying heroku dyno. The other option is to temporarily change the DNS to point to a server that I control for the verification process, but this is bad for our users.
Posted by Eric Siegel 3 years ago
I created a new version, hence with an empty documentation. Problem is I can't create my first documentation page, as clicking on the "documentation" item in the admin main navigation does... nothing. Is that because my project is in free trial mode ?
Posted by Benoît PAUGAM 3 years ago