Stoplight v4.6.0 Release
OpenAPI Specification (OAS) Style Guides
You can now customize the style and validation settings of your API design. This provides a practical method for enforcing API design rules over multiple APIs. You can enable or disable rules that monitor and validate things like your API, operations, Markdown, parameters, paths, and references. Learn more in the docs.
Personal plans are now free!
Newly created projects will default as private. If you are currently paying for a personal plan, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to migrate to a free plan.
- [Platform] We no longer support Internet Explorer 11 (IE 11). We will continue to support IE 11 for published documentation, as well as all Microsoft Edge versions.
- [Platform] We no longer support Firefox 50 or older. Similar to IE, we will continue to support older versions for published documentation.
- [Hubs] Publishing is now significantly faster – most Hubs will now take less than a minute to build
- [API] Access tokens can be created via the user settings page and used to authenticate with the Stoplight API and Prism
- [OAS] File export URLs will now be served from (old URLs will still be supported):
- [Hubs] Assign environment variables in published documentation through query parameters #308
- [Hubs] Allow custom JS in Hubs #313
- [Projects] Some file types did not preserve content after importing
- [Hubs] Could not preview a Hub without setting it as live #327 #301
- [Hubs] Published Hub navigation reset scroll on click #263
- Password reset form did not issue a request to update the password
- [Hubs] Intercom and Google Analytics scripts were not working correctly and will now be initialized in published Hubs
- [Hubs] Problems with browser cache for custom CSS and search index files