Thursday, April 30, 2009

Version 2.0. Early beta.

Version 2.0 of gotAPI website is in last stages of development. Our goal was to update all the indexes, make search faster and more straight-forward. We took some risky steps and eliminated elements of user interface; we moved things around. Let us know what you think about our new approach - we are eager to get your opinion. If there was time to affect how gotAPI is going to work, it is now. Early beta of version 2.0 service is available at

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Features for upcoming v2.0

Expanded Results View
See search results on the full page, scroll through and use them as regular browser links. Keep ability to key up/down through the results.

Global Search
Search among all available API's at once

Popular API Sets
Narrow your search to common API combinations such as "PHP/HTML/CSS/JavaScript"

URL Search
Quickly find what you looking for by typing keywords right in the url - e.g: ""

Updated Indexes
We are updating indexes for the majority of hosted APIs

Monday, March 9, 2009

New version is coming

Gotapi team is working on new version of the site. More detailed updates on the progress will be posted to our twitter account @gotapi. Please leave comments or send us email at to tell us what content or functionality you want to see in new version.

Wednesday, August 6, 2008

Ruby/Rails updated

We have updated Ruby/Rails API index.
More updates to follow.

Tuesday, November 6, 2007

Ruby and Symfony APIs Updated

Ruby Core, Stdlib and Symfony APIs have been updated. Many thanks to everybody who noticed and notified us about index discrepancy.

BTW Ruby Core and Stdlib now refer to which seems to be more up-to-date (again, thanks to Brian J. for pointing that out).

Monday, August 20, 2007

Site updates

We have received updates to Groovy (1.1b) documentation index. Our thanks to Marc Dexet for updating it regularly.

Second version of Prototype.js documentation index has been published. This one features content from and contributed by Dusan Maliarik.

Wednesday, June 6, 2007

MochiKit and DocBook

We are now featuring MochiKit JavaScript API (contributed by Arnar Birgisson) and DocBook XML element list. We have also updated Erlang and Sicstus Prolog references as requested by our users.