Hello and welcome to a Libra/Scorpio/Halloween/Spooky/Fall/Autumn/Leaves/Apple/PSL-themed Owlet Update! This last month was busy here at ReadMe, with some exciting developer hub design updates, a new GitHub partnership and a couple major open-source project releases. More below! ♎ ♏ 🎃 👻 🍁 🍂 🍎 ☕
- Dark Mode Preview 🌚 For several months now, we've been doing a lot of behind-the-scenes work on Dark Mode — coming soon to a developer hub near you! While there's still a bit of work left before it's ready for a wider release, you can now check out a preview of this in the ReadMe docs (a.k.a. the docs you're currently reading). Try the little ☀️ / 🌙 toggle in the top-right corner of the page 👀
[email protected]🌊 Version 🎱 of
rdme(ReadMe's official command-line interface and GitHub Action) features a brand new onboarding experience for setting up a GitHub Actions workflow (see a demo below!), as well as an improved login experience and a handy reducer tool (useful for debugging problematic paths or tags in your OpenAPI definition). Oh, and as part of this launch, we're officially a GitHub Technology Partner! Check out the announcement on our blog to learn more about this massive release.
[email protected]🚀 We'll have more to say soon, but version 5.0 of the
- All of your validation errors at once 💥 Now when uploading an OpenAPI definition to ReadMe (or when validating a definition with
rdme openapi:validate), you'll get all of your validation errors in one go, as opposed to the previous dance of fixing an error, revalidating, seeing another error, fixing that, and so on.
- Refreshed Changelog Icons 🎨 You may have noticed the icons on our Changelog (like the green ➕ at the top of this page) look a little different! And you'd be correct.
That's "owl" for now, folks! As always, thanks for being a part of the ReadMe community.
—Kanad and the ReadMe team
What is the Owlet Update?
Thanks for tuning in to another edition of our Owlet Update—an owlet-sized update (posted to the ReadMe Changelog) on the product updates we're shipping here at ReadMe. We'd love to hear what you think of these updates at [email protected]!