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Apigility 1.0.0beta1 Released!
March 25, 2014 @ 10:41:03

Zend has officially announced the release of the 1.0.0beta1 of Apigility, their API creation platform making it simpler for developers to get started making APIs, even around existing code.

We are pleased to announce the immediate availability of Apigility 1.0.0beta1! [...] This is our first beta release of Apigility, marking its initial API stability, and providing a solid preview of what to expect for the first stable release. [...] Apigility provides tools for describing and documenting your APIs, both RESTful and RPC. You can indicate the URL that provides a service, what HTTP methods are allowed, what representations (e.g., JSON, HTML, XML) can be provided, how many items to present per page of a collection, and more.

The release goes on to talk about some of the other features of Apigility including the standard of JSON responses, custom validation for incoming data and an implementation of the Swagger UI bundled for documentation of your service. There's also a list of things (with code examples on some) about what's changed in this beta release since 0.9.1. There's also a brief look at the end of the roadmap ahead, with an emphasis on a full, stable release soon.

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