LucyBot's API Portal automatically generates static documentation for every operation, parameter, and response. You can also use Markdown or HTML to create custom documentation pages.
An API Console allows developers to make sample calls to your API. This helps your API consumers explore, debug, and learn about everything your API is capable of.
A Recipe is a short, interactive walkthrough for accomplishing one particular use case for your API. Users can choose the programming language they want to work in, and will be shown exactly what code they need to write to implement it.
Our tools utilize OpenAPI (Swagger) 2.0 to automate the documentation process, and include integrations for RAML, API Blueprint, and other API specification formats. This means your documentation and sample code are always up-to-date.
The New York Times utilizes LucyBot to provide documentation for over a dozen different APIs. Having an automated documentation pipeline in place allows their developers to focus on shipping features instead of writing docs.
Kaltura uses LucyBot to document over 600 API endpoints. This enables their customers to discover, learn about, and test any piece of the Kaltura API in a predictable, uniform way.
To help their customers get started, Kaltura has also leveraged LucyBot's Workflow Recipes to create tutorials for over a dozen common use cases.
AnyAPI is a joint project between LucyBot and APIs.guru to provide documentation for over 200 public APIs. AnyAPI uses LucyBot's API consoles to allow users to try any API in APIs.guru's directory. This creates an experience that's both informative and interactive.
To give a clearer picture of what each API can do, AnyAPI also uses LucyBot to add a visual output to APIs like Instagram and Google Docs.
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We provide a serverless, pared-down implementation of LucyBot for free on GitHub. If you already have Swagger, RAML, or another machine-readable description of your API, you can have your documentation running in less than five minutes.
We offer access to the commercial version in exchange for a one-time licensing fee, but can also provide access on a trial basis. This is helpful if you'd like to try some of LucyBot's advanced features, such as Workflow Recipes, sample code generation, and UI embedding.
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