Managing and Publishing Content on a Zero Gravity Developer Portal – Best Practices Christoph Weber Solutions Architect @Pronovix, Ádám Balogh Technical Writer @ Pronovix
We will take you through a comprehensive session on effectively handling and releasing content within a Zero Gravity Developer Portal.
Key takeaways will include:
- Understanding the concept of content within the context of developer portals.
- Exploring the roles and preferences of various contributors, including writers, developers, and administrators.
- Learning best practices for content management and publication.
- Navigating through publication states and mastering access control.
3 Exciting New Developer Portal Trends Kristof Van Tomme CEO @ Pronovix
Pronovix CEO Kristof Van Tomme explores the most trending subjects concerning developer portals in 2023.
Key discussion points include:
- The emergence of business technologist personas.
- The evolution from API portals to developer portals - "The great schism."
- The significance of APIs in an AI-driven world.
The Interface Opportunity – The Potential of APIs beyond Developers Kristof Van Tomme CEO @ Pronovix
Should companies think about APIs as products for developers?
In reality, companies rarely charge money or look to profit from developer use of their APIs. The target audience is usually much broader: there is a whole range of non-developer audiences who benefit from your APIs through no-code or low-code interfaces (apps, widgets, QR codes and whatever that can grant easy access to your organization’s information backbone). The rise of the interface economy will create a wide range of new business opportunities and can even revolutionize the way we build, use and document APIs today.
Docs-as-code workflow for your (API) developer portal Mark Winberry Operations @Pronovix | Ádám Balogh TechWriter @Pronovix
Improve your DocOps with techniques borrowed from Continuous Integration and Deployment (CI/CD) patterns and automated testing frameworks developed for managing code, adapted and applied for managing technical documentation workflows. What is covered: The basic principles of Docs-as-Code, Some tools for writing and running automated tests against your documentation, How these workflows can help improve the quality of your documentation, (Live Demo!) Using VS Code, git workflows, and automated documentation quality tests with Vale, we’ll show you how these tools can be used in concert in your DocOps setup.
A Maturity Model for Developer Portals Kristof Van Tomme CEO @Pronovix
Learn how to evaluate and increase the value of your devportal by using the devportal maturity model. How do you know what to work on to improve your developer portal? What are the different aspects to think about? How to prioritize? How can you increase value, from the first MVP all through to a mature established developer portal? In this webinar Kristof Van Tomme (Pronovix CEO) explains how Developer Experience, Business Alignment, and Operational Excellence can help you to understand the current maturity of your developer portal, and how the dimensions in this model can help you and your team to maximize the value of your API program.
DevPortal as a Service wherever the customer needs it, enabled by amazee.io Jan Mashat Senior Systems Engineer @ Pronovix I Kristof Van Tomme CEO @ Pronovix I Bastian Widmer Platform Lead @ amazee.io
Pronovix's DevPortal as a Service offering helps companies to get a devportal that meets their business goals faster, without the hassle of maintenance and support. Through years of specialisation, Pronovix can help avoid pitfalls, while giving customers full control over the end result.
To build this offering, Pronovix relied on amazee.io’s open source WebOps platform and services. This not only allows them to deploy into high availability clusters, it also allows Pronovix to deploy DevPortals into Kubernetes clusters around the world, in all the most popular cloud providers, or even in a customer’s on-premises cluster, if required.
3 New Exciting Developer Portal Trends in 2020 Kristof Van Tomme CEO @Pronovix
We present the three trends and explore what benefits they offer for various user personas. Main topics:
1) democratizing DX: how you can build on the information infrastructure of your partners or your colleagues if you don’t know how to code, 2) developer portal microsites: how you can get a better alignment between your APIs and your digital business strategy, 3) "prose like prose": is docs like code really the best way to work with all your stakeholders?