Release notes Jun 22 - 28 2020

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This week, we launched our new API documentation.

New API documentation

We offer our API to customers for use in building custom apps and integrations using Replicon data and operations. However, in the past our API documentation wasn’t optimized for customer use, and therefore presented some usability challenges.

But now, we’ve completely revamped our API documentation, to make it easier for customers to use. Among the improvements are:

A complete user guide

The new user guide includes updated code examples, an easier authentication method, and information on getting started, error handling, filtering data, and on concepts referred to in the reference documents.



A curated list of services

Replicon uses roughly 4000 operations. But, when customers are building apps using our API, they’re typically only interested in a small subset of these. So, we’ve filtered out the operations you’re unlikely to want to use, so you can more easily find the ones you want. But, you can still access all services, if needed.



More useful field-level documentation

In our API reference documents, we now offer clearer indications of required fields, more examples, more definitions and explanations, more complete call responses, and information about using operations to filter data.

We plan to continue making improvements to these documents based on customer feedback. Each reference page includes a link to a feedback form; please let us know if there are things we can add, or any additional improvements we can make.

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Click here for a summary of new features added to Replicon in the past six months.
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