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DevDocs - API Documentation Browser

DevDocs combines multiple API documentations in a fast, organized, and searchable interface.Unless you wish to contribute to the project, I recommend using the hosted version at devdocs.io. It's up-to-date and works offline out-of-the-box.

docfx - Tools for building and publishing API documentation for .NET projects

DocFX makes it extremely easy to generate your developer hub with API reference, landing page, and how-to.We currently support C# and VB projects.

RAML - The simplest way to design APIs

RAML is a language for the definition of HTTP-based APIs that embody most or all of the principles of Representational State Transfer (REST). The RAML specification (this document) defines an application of the YAML 1.2 specification that provides mechanisms for the definition of practically-RESTful APIs, while providing provisions with which source code generators for client and server source code and comprehensive user documentation can be created.

rest-layer - REST Layer, Go (golang) REST API framework

REST APIs made easy.REST Layer is an API framework heavily inspired by the excellent Python Eve. It helps you create a comprehensive, customizable, and secure REST (graph) API on top of pluggable backend storages with no boiler plate code so you can focus on your business logic.

Robinhood - Unofficial Documentation of Robinhood Trade's Private API

Robinhood is a commission-free, online securities brokerage. As you would expect, being an online service means everything is handled through a request that is made to a specific URL. Before I go too far, I must say that this is a big, messy work in progress. I'll continue to update this as I figure more out. Sections marked TODO are in my head but I haven't found the time to describe them yet. Work in progress and all.


ApiDoc is a library for creating your own API documentation similar to the MSDN directly from your assembly and /// Xml comments without source code.

Vizio_SmartCast_API - API documentation for Vizio SmartCast TV's

API Server runs on port 9000 using https. Will not respond to http. Don't port forward it. There are some commands that can be executed without authentication.

whatpulse - WhatPulse reverse engineered

Reverse engineering WhatPulse Client API protocol. The reverse engineering has been done using mitmproxy. The captures can be found in caps directory. All results have been thoroughly documented in API.md.