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    Render API specifications in pretty Confluence format

    Render API specifications in pretty Confluence format

    Supports multiple RAML sources

    RAML in pretty Confluence format

    Edit the RAML inline

    Upload your RAML file or specify a public URL

    Rrender the RAML in pretty Confluence format with build in support for rendering markdown in the RAML and code blocks for JSON Schemas and examples

    Collaborate on the API design and edit the RAML spec inline as your API evolves

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    A macro to render an uploaded or publicly hosted RAML file in pretty Confluence format. It has built in support for rendering markdown in the RAML file and code blocks for JSON schemas and examples. The uploaded RAML can be edited in place as users collaborate on the API design.

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    by Anthony Daga on 2017-04-29
    Hi, As of July 2016, you mention that RAML 1.0 support coming soon. I only see the 0.8 option when creating a page in confluence. Any news on this? Thanks, Anthony FYI: I need to share our API docs (written in RAML 1.0) with team and clients. I'd prefer for them to go to confluence where I can make changes quickly as needed.
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    by Arnaud Quette on 2017-02-07
    Hi, just a heads-up to try to get an answer, and potentially a timeframe, on the availability of the Enterprise version. I'm still using the workaround (raml2html + publication on a staging internal website + HTML inclusion on Confluence using iframe), but that's far from ideal for pushing RAML as an internal standard. Thanks in advance for answering, and cheers
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    by Anubhav Sharma on 2016-11-30
    Hi, Tried adding the macro in confluence but nothing happens. I added a .RAML file using choose file and there is no action taken on the screen. Getting a Uncaught ReferenceError - AP is not defined Do you know what I need to do to make this work.
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    Atlassian Labs

    Hi Anubhav,

    Sorry for such a late response. Are you still facing the issue?

    ~Dip

    by Alta Lassian on 2016-11-18
    Any update on the availability of this for Server? Just got Confluence, Jira and Bitbucket Server going for our organization. As much as I like https://github.com/raml2html/raml2html, it would be a pleasure to have nativeness in Confluence Server. Anything I can do to help? Cheers
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    by Jeremy Coates on 2016-11-16
    There's a problem with installation: The add-on host returned HTTP response code 500 when we tried to contact it during installation. Please try again later or contact the add-on vendor. Confirmed as fixed, got it installed now.
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    Atlassian Labs

    This should be fixed now, sorry for the inconvinience.

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    Versions

    Confluence Cloud Released 2016-08-17

    Summary

    Changed to support Swagger in the next version

    Installation

    1. Log into your Confluence instance as an admin.
    2. Click the admin dropdown and choose Add-ons. The Find new add-ons screen loads.
    3. Locate Render API Docs Macro.
    4. Click Install to download and install your add-on.
    5. You're all set! Click Close in the Installed and ready to go dialog.

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