SDK Bridge created workbooks and presentation materials for a DevLab event where developers were invited to try out AT&T’s API platform. The workbooks contained hands-on exercises so that developers could try out the speech recognition and text messaging features of the platform. In surveys that were filled out after the event, 100% of the participants said that the workbooks were useful.
SDK Bridge created PDF documentation and video tutorials for Alcatel Lucent’s Open API and apiGrove platforms. Developer documentation covered several areas of the platform, including API reference material, as well as complex business management, reporting, and analysis tools.
SDK Bridge created documentation to explain how developers could build on Microsoft Interactive Classroom to improve the classroom experience. This project involved developers in China, a number of applications (clickers, PowerPoint, and OneNote), and both .NET and SOAP APIs. SDK Bridge wrote API reference material, overviews, and sample code descriptions.
SDK Bridge created REST documentation, Quick Start tutorials, and Android SDK documentation for the api.ai natural language processing platform. See the Markdown documentation: api.ai documentation.
SDK Bridge used XML and Markdown to document APIs that allow developers to create energy applications that monitor and control user data and devices in the home.
Buddy provides a sophisticated cloud back-end to mobile apps through its API. SDK Bridge wrote Buddy’s API documentation, including both reference and overview material, using an Umbraco content system.
Cheezburger provides an API to post and retrieve assets for their various humor sites. They requested documentation that matched their particular brand of humor.
SDK Bridge worked with specifications from Concur’s TripIt API to write polished API documentation for Concur’s travel organizer platform.
Getty Images has a JSON-based API for searching and downloading its images. SDK Bridge took developer-written documentation in a Microsoft Word document, and turned it into clear, understandable, easy-to-read web-based documentation.
Starting with rough developer-created documentation, SDK Bridge created overview material, reorganized reference material, and filled in missing pieces of CityGrid Media’s REST API documentation. See the Confluence documentation at: CityGrid APIs.
World Weather Online provides APIs for current and forecasted weather, for both local and marine weather. SDK Bridge rewrote their documentation, creating an easy-to-navigate structure and a consistent format. See the Help & Manual documentation at: World Weather Online API Documentation.
SDK Bridge wrote SOAP and REST API documentation for KPI Consulting’s clients. “SDK Bridge is a professional, qualified and talented group. KPI Consulting needs to work with companies who ‘get it’ quickly, understand technology, and create technical content and documentation that is succinct, credible and usable.” – Amanda Whaley, Director of Technical Services
LiveOps creates software for call centers. SDK Bridge reworked old documentation and added documentation for new features, finding the most appropriate content tool for LiveOp’s customers. “SDK Bridge exceeded our expectations” – Keith McFarlane, Software Architect
SDK Bridge wrote API reference documentation and Quick Start guides for VerticalResponses’s API for email MARKETING and social media campaigns. See the documentation: VerticalResponse API documentation.
PostSharp provides .NET libraries that make it easy for developers to implement common design patterns. SDK Bridge wrote a series of articles that explained how to best implement design patterns using PostSharp’s libraries. See an example “How to” page at: PostSharp Method Interception.
SDK Bridge reorganized and rewrote documentation for MySpace’s API used in building MySpace Apps, bringing a consistent style to multiple versions.
SDK Bridge documented Übermind’s iPhone and iPad apps for a national retail chain, explaining the connection between what is shown on the screen and the web services that provide the data. The result was a 100 page document, complete with annotated screenshots, providing their client with a clear understanding of how the apps work.
SDK Bridge converted Microsoft Office Automation documentation for 3500 topics from Visual Basic to .NET. Microsoft provided an automated process, but manual inspection and clean up was required on nearly all of the topics.