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The first jQAPI came to be in 2010, heavily inspired by the similar RailsAPI (now defunct), a alternative interface to browse the Ruby on Rails Documentation. The very first version was hacked together in a weekend, and since people were really digging it, a more stable version followed quickly.
In 2013 I revamped jQAPI once again, and it has been online ever since. These fine folks supported the development back then via crowdfunding:
Joseph Huckaby, Rory Craig-Barnes, Nathan Perkins, Tobias Otte, Alan Faubert, Alex Kulikov, Dana Woodman, Roman Amir Shamsuddin, David Corbacho, Josh Pangell, Andrew Hahn, Yoren Chang, codeworxx, Steven Olsen, Brock Adams, Simen Svale, Skogsrud Mironov, Mikhail Geoffrey, Doret Johan Hermansson, and Tim Osborn
Starting 2023, the site went down for a period of time, due to hosting migration. People started messaging me what's up, and how they could help to bring it back online. Inspired by the fact that people still use a project that I started 13 years ago, I coded the next version of jQAPI, the one you see here. I hope you like it!
Follow @jQAPI for updates.