RepreZen API Studio release 1.6.20 is now available, with a new API Docs for Confluence beta built-in. This is a significant re-implementation of the code generator, and introduces automated publishing of the generated API Docs to Confluence Server or Confluence Data Center.
We learned that the approach we took in the first beta release -- generating Confluence Wiki markup with embedded macros -- didn't work in some Confluence Server environments. To take full control over the content representation in Confluence, we're now generating Confluence Storage Format and publishing the generated content directly through the Confluence REST API.
We were planning to do this after finishing the API documentation format, but it turned out to be a prerequisite, so it's now phase 1 in our product roadmap:
Note: In this beta release, API Docs for Confluence only supports automated publishing to Confluence Server or Data Center. But you can still publish to Confluence Cloud using the Confluence Source Editor, and we plan to support publishing to Confluence Cloud in a later release.
Read the intro article here for an updated guide to configuring and working with the API Docs for Confluence beta.
Features in this Beta
Known Issues and Limitations
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