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I'm delighted to announce that Spring REST Docs has reached its first milestone and that 1.0.0.M1 is available from https://repo.spring.io/milestone.
Spring REST Docs helps you to document RESTful services. It combines hand-written documentation written with Asciidoctor and auto-generated snippets produced with Spring MVC Test. This approach frees you from the limitations imposed by tools like Swagger. It helps you to produce documentation that is accurate, concise, and well-structured. This documentation then allows your users to get the information they need with a minimum of fuss.
To get started with Spring REST Docs, please refer to the getting started section of the reference documentation.
If you'd like to learn more about the thinking behind Spring REST Docs and how it can help you, this presentation on YouTube may also be of interest.
I'll be talking about documenting RESTful APIs at this year's SpringOne in Washington, DC. I'd love to see you there.