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Writing Comprehensive and Guaranteed Up-to-Date REST API Documentation
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| by Andreas Evers Follow 0 Followers on Jan 21, 2017 |

Andreas Evers introduces Spring REST Docs and its test-driven approach to RESTful API documentation. He looks at how it combines the power of Asciidoctor and integration tests to produce documentation that's accurate and easy-to-read, while keeping code DRY and free from annotation overload.

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Andreas Evers is a principal Java consultant at Ordina. He is passionate about the Spring ecosystem, microservices, REST, clean code and best practices in general. He is an avid open source enthusiast and Spring contributor. He helps fellow developers as Competence Center leader for architecture and best practices by giving workshops, talks and courses about the newest technologies.

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