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Automatic Documentation of WSDL & REST Web Services - Adivo TechWriter

Developer:
Adivo Ltd
License:
Shareware
OS:
Windows XP / Vista / 7
Requirements:
Acrobat Reader
Price:
$134.10 (10% off. Normally $149.00. Save $14.90)
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Date added:
1/9/2009
Last Update:
8/11/2010
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Adivo TechWriter for Web Services 2009.R3 Publisher's description
TechWriter for Web Services is a documentation generator for web services that leverages the information locked inside your web service definition to automatically produce web service API documentation.
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Produce Automated Web Service API Documentation
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Save time and money... Instead of spending hours writing and formatting technical documentation from scratch, you can finish the job in seconds with TechWriter. Creating your first reference document is only a few mouse clicks away.
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Keep Synchronized... Nobody likes outdated system documentation. By including TechWriter in your development process your documentation can be regenerated as your web service changes.
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Easily target different audiences... Give your readers documentation they can understand by editing and expanding on the descriptions of your web service methods, arguments and types.
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Choose your output format... Create both printed and online documentation at the same time. TechWriter can generate your documentation in PDF, Compiled Help (CHM), Word/RTF and HTML formats.
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Document multiple Web Services... TechWriter supports documenting SOAP-based web services that are defined by a Web Service Definition Language (WSDL 1.1) file as well as REST-based services. And best of all, you can mix and match them to produce a single document that describes multiple web services.
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Good Practice... For many industries and agencies, providing documentation has become mandatory for: CMMI Certification, Security Certification and Accreditation Processes, FDA regulated validation procedures, and ISO 9000. With the ever changing nature of IT, it is more critical than ever to have your systems properly documented - providing quality doc for your web services is no exception.