There's a lot of open issues
A long-lived project that still receives updates
Station provides a documentation platform ready to use with your custom documentation.
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 Dependencies

Development

~> 1.16.0

Runtime

= 0.0.9
~> 1.4
~> 6.13
= 0.8.1
= 4.0.1
~> 4.7
~> 3.3
~> 1.6
= 5.2.2
~> 2.6
= 2.11.2
~> 3.2
= 0.11.2
~> 1.3
~> 4.18
~> 1.2
>= 5.3, < 6.0
~> 6.0
~> 5.3
= 4.3.1
= 2.0.3
~> 3.4
= 1.4.1
~> 0.7.11
~> 5.1
~> 1.11
= 4.0.5
~> 6.1
= 1.11.7
 Project Readme

Station: The Nexmo Developer Gem

Contributor Covenant Actions Status MIT licensed

Station provides a documentation platform ready to use with your custom documentation.

The documentation for Station covers detailed installation, setup and configuration instructions. Please refer to the documentation as the primary resource for getting started with Station.

Troubleshooting

How do I add a database to a review application?

In the Heroku review app that you'd like a database for, visit More -> Run Console then run the following command:

cd lib/nexmo_developer/ && bin/rails db:migrate
What do I do if I encounter the ActionView::Template::Error: Webpacker can't find application.js error?

From the command line execute the following from within the lib/nexmo_developer folder in Station changing the paths for your local file paths to the API specification and documentation files:

rm -rf public/packs &&  DOCS_BASE_PATH=/path/to/docs RAILS_SERVE_STATIC_FILES=1 DISABLE_SSL=1 RAILS_LOG_TO_STDOUT=1 OAS_PATH=/path/to/oas/specs RAILS_ENV=production bundle exec rails assets:precompile --trace

Contributing

We ❤️ contributions from everyone! It is a good idea to talk to us first if you plan to add any new functionality. Otherwise, bug reports, bug fixes and feedback on the library is always appreciated. Look at the Contributor Guidelines for more information and please follow the GitHub Flow.

contributions welcome GitHub contributors

License

This library is released under the MIT License