Reinventing API Design with Stoplight Studio

  • Spectral is built right into the editor so folks don’t forget to enable it
  • Prism is built right into the editor so folks know they can use it
  • GitHub, GitLab or BitBucket can be your ACL, no more time wasting adding/removing that freelancer who quickly wants access
  • Developers don’t need to read the OpenAPI specification
  • Technical Writers and other non-developers can work on the API descriptions
  • It has built in documentation so there’s no need to duct-tape together Amazon S3 deployments
  • It allows mixed Markdown (CommonMark) content as well as API Reference Docs, so no need to hack them into Jekyll or some other static site generator for “How To” content
  • It works with local files so there is no walled garden to worry about, you can edit with Studio and host docs or mocks somewhere else, doesn’t matter
  • It’s FREE

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Phil Sturgeon

Phil Sturgeon

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Building API design tools @stoplightio , teaching at @apisyouwonthate, and cycling around Europe raising funding for reforestation and climate action.