World’s best API documentation – what do you think
I’m curious to see how things have changed since I last asked this question, back in March 2012: What’s your favourite API documentation, and why?
Part of the reason for asking is that I’ll soon present a session at STC Summit 2014 on API technical writing. I want to give examples of excellent documentation. I have some favourite documentation sets myself, but it’s great to get the opinions of developers and other technical writers too.
So, have at it! 🙂 Please comment on this post.
What’s your favourite API documentation, and why?
I’ll also collect any suggestions that people send via Twitter, Google+, and other channels, and add the links to this post.
OT: This has to be the world’s best bird. Well, it’s my current favourite anyway. This is a Tawny Frogmouth, spotted on an early morning walk. Tawny Frogmouths are night birds, about the size of a large owl (34-52 centimetres). During the day, they pretend to be old tree branches.
Posted on 9 February 2014, in APIs, technical writing and tagged API documentation, api technical writing, developer documentation, technical communication, technical documentation, technical writing. Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.