You can use MadCap Flare to create static site HTML knowledge bases and developer portals. In this video, we show how you can import an OpenAPI/Swagger API reference file, by using the new Markdown import feature. The benefit is that all of your content can have the same “look and feel”.
Last year, we blogged about creating an API documentation portal using MadCap Flare (see also: Example of API documentation portal using MadCap Flare). Since then, a number of people have contacted us to ask for more details on ways to do this. We’ve put together a video outlining the different approaches and issues. This approach can work with… Read more »
Back in July, we looked at creating an API documentation portal using MadCap Flare (see also: Example of API documentation portal using MadCap Flare) . We done some further testing. We’ve created two new examples for API documentation that had been generated with the Stripe API look and feel and imported into Flare: Example A – Replacing… Read more »
Note: This post follows on from two previous posts on creating a unified API documentation portal: Creating an API documentation portal with MadCap Flare and Swagger/OpenAPI Example of API documentation portal using MadCap Flare We’ve just uploaded an example project of an API documentation portal created using MadCap Flare: API documentation portal home page Swagger… Read more »
This post follows on from our Creating an API documentation portal with MadCap Flare and Swagger/OpenAPI post. It shows screenshots of a test project we created. We used Swagger’s “petstore” example API specification as the source content. We didn’t spend any time modifying the stylesheets – these are just proofs of concept. API documentation Home page… Read more »