We’ve been adding so much to the developer portal that the user experience has become unwieldy and better organization at the user interface level has become necessary. To that end we’ve improved our main navigation and broken up pages that have become too long. These changes will enable us to continue adding to the site without negatively impacting the user experience.
In order to help developers more easily share API documentation, we’ve made it possible to “deep link” API definitions.. Just use the url in the “link” icon.
We've added command-line 'curl' examples to many api call definitions to demonstrate how the methods work.
Thank you for reading this Dev Portal update. Our goal with these updates is to inform developers of what we’re doing in our attempt to provide community developers the resources you need and to make Steem the blockchain of opportunity. We’re very proud of the work our dev portal team is doing and encourage you to check out their work for yourself at developers.steem.io.
The Steemworks Team
With that in mind, we want to announce that the dev portal team has given themselves a new name, The Steemworks Team, because Steem should “just work”.
Feedback is always welcome, whether it’s about what tutorials we should add or other improvements. Email any suggestions to Steemit’s Developer Advocate at email@example.com, with the subject line “devportal - $subject”.