Whew, January really flew by there, didn't it? We've stayed busy this last month, bringing two exciting features to our Enterprise customers and a bunch of little quality-of-life improvements across several aspects of ReadMe. Oh, and the occasional livestream or two. More below! 🌱
- Dark mode for Enterprise 🌚 we've been talking non-stop about dark mode in the last few Owlet Updates, and for good reason — it's been one of our most requested features for years! Well we're proud to announce that the dark mode toggle is now available for all ReadMe plans. Check out our docs to get it set up for your developer hub!
- Personalized Docs for Enterprise 🪝 like dark mode above, Personalized Docs probably sounds familiar, but now developer hubs across all ReadMe plans can set up the Personalized Docs Webhook. Once you've set it up, your users will be able to browse their API keys and quickly make authenticated calls right from the docs — a great way to level-up your developer experience! Head over to our docs to learn more.
- ReadMe API improvements 🧱 this month included a variety of improvements and fixes for users of the ReadMe API. We've added a few new parameters (
parentDocSlug), which should make it easier to sync Markdown files at scale via our Docs API. We also fixed a gnarly bug where API reference pages were occasionally getting shuffled around on subsequent re-syncs.
- Other little big details ✨ nothing specific to call out here, but we also shipped little quality-of-life improvements to some of the features you probably use on a daily basis: translations 🌐, search 🔍, and authentication 🔑 (and likely a few others that I didn't mention).
- Amazon API Gateway integrations (and a couple livestreams!) 🤝 since announcing our partnership with AWS, we've released a couple of integrations: 1) one to keep your Amazon API Gateway configuration in sync with your ReadMe docs, and 2) one to deploy the Personalized Docs Webhook to AWS Lambda. We're also hosting a few chats with the Amazon team — we had one last week and we have one coming up in a few weeks (that I'm going to be a part of)! We'll be diving deeper into the integrations we’ve built and answering all of your burning questions about how to create the best DX possible. You can read more about the event and register to attend here. Even if you can’t attend live, make sure to register so that you get a link to the recording after the event!
That's "owl" for now, folks! As always, thanks for being a part of the ReadMe community.
—Kanad and the ReadMe team
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