We’re excited to announce the September 2023 Release Notes for the RapidAPI Enterprise Hub! Our team is committed to providing you with the best possible experience with our product, and we appreciate your continued support and feedback.
This release includes several new features and improvements to improve your experience with the RapidAPI Enterprise Hub.
First, we’ve added GraphQL APIs to the hub, which uses a new API playground for Consuming GraphQL APIs. The new API playground enables API consumers to create and execute GraphQL queries and mutations using an editor based on an industry-standard editor named GraphiQL.
We’ve also added an Approvals icon to the main header seen on most pages. The Approvals icon is a single location with links to the different types of approvals in Rapid.
In addition, Studio now includes the ability for API builders to specify that an API’s plan requires approval before an API consumer can use it. We’ve also added a My APIs Approvals page to Studio, which API builders use to approve or reject API consumer requests to use an API’s plans and view the status of requests to make APIs public.
Configuring additional API security (such as OAuth) has moved from the Hub Listing > Gateway tab of Studio to the Hub Listing > Definitions > Security tab. This change enables API builders to configure security for individual endpoints rather than only for the entire API.
Finally, API providers can better moderate discussions using the Discussions tab of the API’s listing. The Discussions tab includes the ability to delete any discussion or delete any comment in a discussion.
These new features make it easier for developers to create and maintain comprehensive documentation for their APIs. This feature is handy for larger projects, where having a single source of truth for all documentation can be invaluable. With the RapidAPI Enterprise Hub, developers can now easily update their documentation and ensure their users can access the most accurate information.
The RapidAPI Enterprise Hub is an excellent tool for developers looking to create and maintain comprehensive documentation for their APIs. Developers can now quickly provide general documentation for APIs hosted on Rapid and programmatically manage documents with the GraphQL Platform API. This makes it easier than ever for developers to keep their documentation current and ensure that their users have access to the most accurate information.
We hope you enjoy the new features and improvements in the September 2023 Release Notes for the RapidAPI Enterprise Hub. If you have any issues or bugs, you can report them to us on our support page here.