Resource types and traits are an integral part of RAML. We have been working hard in improving our support for them in order to improve your RAML conversion experience on API Transformer. Majority of the improvements target RAML v1.0 while some of them also target v0.8.
We're releasing a new version of our Developer Experience Portal which improves docs generation for all SDKs. This is a breaking change and requires manual migration. Check out all the changes below.
We have made some minor improvements to synchronization in our Java and Android SDKs. To benefit from these improvements, please generate your SDKs again.
Support in Transformer for features of OpenAPI like API contact information and global tags has been added. In addition to this, improvements have been made to our Postman parsers including preservation of order of requests, support for folder descriptions and not nesting ungrouped endpoints into folders.
We are happy to announce that our Android and Java SDKs now use the better and faster OkHttp client.
We have updated our Android SDKs to use version 3.0.1 of the Android Plugin for Gradle, and have upgraded the Gradle version to 4.1.
The minimum SDK version has been raised to 16 and the target SDK version has been raised to 26.
Please regenerate your Android SDKs if you wish to get these changes.
Our Transformer tool has been supporting HTTP Archive (HAR) format for a long time now. With the addition of new features to our APIMatic tool (e.g. support of multiple servers), there were a few updates required in our HAR parsers. In this regard, several missing features were added and some bugs were also fixed.
We have recently revamped our support for XML schema. This includes bug fixes (array types and optional properties were not catered in some cases, issues with circular references, etc.) and addition of missing features (Union of simple types, redefinition of schema types, etc.).
APIMATIC's Ruby SDKs are now compliant with The Ruby Style Guide
- Ruby style guide compliance means that the Ruby code generated is guaranteed to be of high-quality.
- Ruby SDKs are written in an industry-standard code style to allow for maximum interoperability.
- Ruby SDKs can be tested for code style violation using Rubocop.
Re-generate your Ruby SDKs now for the new changes.
APIMATIC's Python SDKs are now compliant with the PEP8 Coding Style Guide
- PEP8 compliance means that the Python code generated is guaranteed to be of high-quality.
- Python SDKs are written in a industry-standard code style to allow for maximum interoperability.
Re-generate your Python SDKs now for the new changes.