Overview#API Portal is the Best Practice for finding an audience for your API API.
Developers reviewing your API will only invest a few minutes before deciding whether or not to continue; having information available in a clear and easy-to-consume format will encourage them to stick around rather than go elsewhere.
Developers will quickly scan your documentation to get an overview of its functionality and then zero in on what it will take for them to get up and running on the API.
The API Portal delivered in MuleSoft’s Anypoint Platform for APIs is a good example of the value-added features that make it easy for application developers to engage with and start using an API.
In addition, you can add code Examples to give developers a head start in building the code to access your API in the applications they build. Finally, the Console includes “try it” functionality that allows developers to interact with and test the API. During the design phase before the API has been implemented, a mocking service allows developers to test the API’s behavior and see the resulting body a call to that API would produce. Once the API is implemented, developers can test the live API.