Upload a RAML or Open API (previously known as Swagger) spec and automatically generate interactive documentation and a sandbox for customers to interact with a live API during evaluation. Use templates to rapidly create supporting docs pages and navigation structure.
Customize the appearance of your API portal with theming tools, and apply thematic elements and terms and conditions locally or globally. Embed additional UI components from existing developer portal or websites with a few lines of HTML.
Create interactive tutorials with runnable code samples in API Notebook, and enable consumers to see how APIs are being implemented and make authenticated live calls against real service endpoints or mocked API interfaces.
Automatically generate client access keys following a customer request or trigger an approval workflow, and make portal pages public, private, or both pending authorized access. Anypoint Platform supports various authentication and authorization mechanisms including LDAP, basic HTTP, OAuth 2.0, and SAML.