Are you a technical writer who needs to write API software documentation? Do you wonder what you need to prepare and deliver to have high-quality API documentation and you do not know where to get started?If yes, then this course is for you!API stands for Application Programming Interface. An interface is a software abstraction, which allows two software applications to communicate with each other in a seamless manner.There are two roles you need to consider when you write documentation about an API:
- The role of the developer who created the API. This developer needs to provide information about the way the API is supposed to work; what requests can it receive and what responses does is provide.
- The role of the developer who uses the API. This developer needs to read through the API documentation to understand what are the ways to connect to the API, what are the requests that he or she can send to the API, and what are the responses that the API shall return for these requests.
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