Build highly customized, interactive API Docs with embeddable web components generated from OpenAPI documents.
Whether you have an existing developer portal, or are working locally, you can use these components to add automatically-generated API reference documentation that fits in seamlessly. Open-source and maintained by Stoplight.
Dyte provides developer friendly live video SDKs that allows you to easily add 1:1 calls, group calls right within your platform.Check out Dyte's docs
Spotify utilizes Elements for their “Get Artist” documentation on their Spotify for Developers site.Check out Spotify's docs
Authmoji uses Stoplight for their ‘create an account’ documentation.Check out Authmoji's docs
Help developers find and consume APIs faster with a customizable left navigation and three-column layout.
Leverage OpenAPI and JSON Schema to create beautiful, templated documents for even the most dynamic payloads, and encourage reuse with $ref.
Accelerate developer onboarding by letting them test requests and responses within the documentation.
Streamline Integration by providing code samples in popular languages like Curl, Python, Ruby, Java, and many more.
Provide engaging guides and descriptions with Stoplight-flavored Markdown that gives the ability to add tabs, callouts, embed JSON examples, and much more.
No build steps. Get started in minutes. Built on web components, it's as easy as adding a tag within your project, and can be used with any framework.
Stoplight Elements combines a great developer experience with best in class OpenAPI documentation. Moving from ReDoc or Swagger-UI to Stoplight Elements is painless.
Not using one of these? Not a worry. You can use Elements in any HTML project.
Use any OpenAPI editor you like, not just Stoplight Platform. There's no vendor lock-in, just a seamless optional integration. Point Elements at your OpenAPI or to your Stoplight Workspace.