Rapid API Hub for Enterprise Release Notes
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- API providers can now choose to require API consumers to DocuSign a contract before allowing them to subscribe to an API plan. See DocuSign integration.
- For SOAP APIs, in addition to the WSDL file, Assets can be used to provide other files to SOAP API consumers. See Hub Listing - Assets Tab.
- Environment Admins are now sent an email when a new user requests access to a the Hub. Previously, this was only shown as an indicator on the Approvals tab of the Admin Panel.
- APIs now support authorizations of type BEARER. See Configuring API Security.
- APIs now support OAuth2 password grant types. See Configuring API Security.
- Added a Node.js example on using the Platform API to read a user's teams, apps, and authorizations. See Example: Reading a User's Apps and Authorizations (GraphQL).
Improvements to an API's traffic analytics in Studio. You can view API calls, errors and average latency simultaneously in one chart. You can use dropdown boxes to filter the data in the chart and logs below the chart by endpoint, API consumer, API version, HTTP method, HTTP response code, and/or API consumer location. For more information see Provider Analytics.
Analytics are now closer to real-time. The maximum time to display analytics in Rapid has been generally improved from 5 minutes to a new maximum of 30 seconds.
Improvements to the API listing / API playground experience for GraphQL APIs:
- The latest query or mutation and variables are cached (for each API version).
- The schema explorer has been improved
- The add query and add fragment buttons will no longer recursively add all properties. Only scalar types are included. This simplifies the resulting queries.
Improvements to the Admin Panel user interface:
Updated about 1 month ago