New vacancy – #4531 Contract Technical Author, 3 months, APIs, WFH (UK)

A client of ours wants to update its API documentation. Some of the content is unclear and incomplete, and other sections need to be updated to describe the latest version of the APIs. They want more overview information and flowcharts on how the API calls fit into business related activities. The navigation and design needs… Read more »

Eight typical Use Cases for creating or updating API documentation

Here are some of the common reasons why companies contact us about API documentation: You’ve been providing APIs to your largest customers, together with a lot of onboarding and technical support. You want to have more (smaller-sized) companies use the APIs, but you’re worried about the strain that will place on your Support team. You’re… Read more »

Podcast 117: How to create an award-winning developer portal

With the Dev Portal Awards 2021 under way, in this episode of the Cherryleaf Podcast, we look at the characteristics of an award-winning developer portal. Dev Portal Awards 2021 What is your developer portal’s KPI score? Transcript Hello again, welcome to the Cherryleaf podcast. In this episode we’re going to look at the question how… Read more »

What is your developer portal’s KPI score?

  We’ve created another new quiz! Take this two-minute quiz to find out how your developer portal scores against key KPIs. On top of that, we’re going to give you our top three tips for developer portal success! Take the quiz: What is your developer portal’s KPI score?

Podcast 111: Building a developer portal using Flare – A new way to do it

For a while now, we’ve been looking at ways to import API reference content into MadCap Flare, so that we can use Flare to create a developer portal. Here’s the latest update on what we’ve learnt. Videos: Importing OpenAPI/Swagger API reference content into MadCap Flare 2021 to create a developer portal Importing API reference documentation… Read more »