We have added an autogenerated table of content in the documentation that contains all the top level headings and sub-headings. Using a table of contents make it easy to navigate through multiple sections across the documentation page. It also helps in getting a high level idea of what are the contents of the documentation before getting into the detail of it.
Complete support for multiple responses has been added to API Transformer across all major formats like OpenAPI, RAML, API Blueprint, etc. This means a major reduction in loss of information related to responses when converting between various formats. Note, that these changes can also affect how your import in the Dashboard works.
Support for union types and other type constructs (
not) has now been added to API Transformer and can also affect how your import in the Dashboard works. Re-transform/re-import your files to get these latest changes. Learn more about how (and if) these changes will affect you if you use any of these constructs in your API specification file.
As part of our ongoing work on support for multiple responses, we have released some related changes in RAML
1.0 that may change how your imported API entity looks like.
API Transformer now preserves XML examples and XML serialization attributes like XML node name, prefix, namespace, etc. which reduces loss of information when converting between popular formats that support XML like
You can now export GraphQL schema files from your REST/SOAP APIs using API Transformer.
API Transformer and other APIMatic products now support import and export of
Insomnia Export Format files that are in YAML format.
Postman recently introduced API Key authentication in its latest app and corresponding Postman Collection versions. API Transformer and other APIMatic products now support this feature for all import/export purposes. In addition to this, we now also handle disabled request bodies (another new feature introduced by Postman) when importing Collection files.
We've added logging to our Java SDKs. Logging-enabled SDKs will log important events in the API lifecycle for troubleshooting or debugging later.