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My company (shameless plug!) is exposing a Web Service API its customers
ASP.Net provides some default formatting to expose the reference documentation of the WS API; yet I am really not satisfied with the result: This documentation neither very readable nor very practical. I am currently seeking so good example to actually produce a WS manual.
In the past, I have been consulting several user manuals for some well known WS APIs (PayPal, Amazon, eBay among others); but each time the user manuals were just totally unpractical: far too long, unclear usage patterns, ...
Would anyone here be able to suggest a "wonderful" user manual for an existing WS API? The kind of manual that you consider as really practical, really readable, highly recommended.
Thanks in advance,
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Friday, April 06, 2007
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