I'm excited to announce that Stackprint is officially launching today! 🎉 I'd like to thank everyone who tested Stackprint during the last months and gave valuable feedback.
Stackprint has come a long way since launching in beta earlier this year. I have completely restructured and redesigned the web app, added more examples, better documentation and did dozens of other small fixes and improvements to ensure building REST APIs with Stackprint is easy and intuitive and Stackprint APIs are fast and stable.
Last week I have deployed the biggest change to Stackprint since the beta — the new API Editor:
The new API Editor replaces the previous YAML-based editor which caused a lot of you headaches when building your APIs. While the new API Editor does not support all configuration options yet, it makes it a lot easier to build APIs and the whole process less error-prone.
The new API Editor was the last big feature that was missing on my roadmap to launch Stackprint so here we are 🙂 Give it a try and I'm looking forward to your feedback.
The fact that I'm launching Stackprint doesn't by any means mean that I consider it complete, there's already a long list of features on the roadmap for Stackprint 2.0!