If you are interested in learning how to write API documentation, please check out SDK Bridge’s online classes.
API Documentation 1: JSON and XML for Technical Writers
This course is for technical writers who want to learn how to document structured data, which is an important part of API documentation. In particular, it focuses on the two most popular structured data formats: JSON and XML. If you are new to API documentation, this is a great place to start. No programming experience is required, but technical writers with programming experience may still find it useful.
Link: Learn API Documenation 1: JSON and XML for Technical Writers
API Documentation 2: REST for Technical Writers
Once you’ve learned about structured data, this course will teach you about how to document REST API requests, responses, and authentication. REST (Representational State Transfer) is the most popular form of web APIs. Again, no programming experience required, but writers with programming experience may find it useful.