What is Bump.sh?
It is the first API contract management platform that helps documenting and tracking APIs: we intelligently identify what changes in APIs structure, and keep developers up to date. It helps companies organizing their (micro)services ecosystem, and keeps their dev teams synchronized. It integrates seamlessly into any workflow, in minutes. Developers will never miss an API change again.
Bump.sh is a tool in the API Documentation Browser category of a tech stack.
Who uses Bump.sh?
GitHub, Slack, GitLab, Markdown, and GitHub Actions are some of the popular tools that integrate with Bump.sh. Here's a list of all 6 tools that integrate with Bump.sh.
- OpenAPI documentation
- AsyncAPI documentation
- Developers portals
- Automatic changelog
- Changes summary
- Slack notification
- GitHub Action
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