Hi! This is the LINE Developer Relations team, thanking you for using LINE@. As a result of our “Redesign” project, from mid-June 2019,we’re turning all LINE@ accounts with Developer Trial Plans intoLINE Official Accounts with Free Plans. Check out our press release about the “Redesign” project. Changes due to the “Redesign” project The Developer Trial Plan, first […]
Hi, my name is Kenneth Lau and I’m a technical writer working on the documentation for our developer products here at LINE. As you may have already noticed, we recently released a major update to our LINE Developers site, which provides information about our developer products such as LINE Login and the Messaging API and a developer console for managing your apps. For a quick breakdown of the changes to the site, see our Introducing the redesigned LINE Developers site news post.
In this blog post, I’d like to focus on the changes we’ve made to the technology that runs behind the site and our authoring process for developer documentation. I’ll talk about how we switched to using a static site generator, how this has affected the way we develop docs, and what changes we plan to make in the future. But first, let me give you a brief introduction to the LINE Developers site.