Big news, everyone! Stellar’s developer documentation has a new look and fresh content! Of course, updates have always been made to the docs as changes and new features affect the network. However, this update is much more significant and features a new structure, updated documentation, and additional sections.
We are always striving to improve the developer experience on Stellar, and our documentation needed a bit of a revitalization. By updating the docs, we hope to make learning about and building on Stellar as seamless as possible.
Note that not all the docs are changing at once. The entire docs update will be an iterative process, with more content coming out in the coming months. Don’t worry – we’ll be sure to keep you updated with what is happening in each release.
Let’s get started by talking about what’s new today. Most of the updates are to the general structure and explanatory content.
We will be updating our tutorial sections in the coming months, including a structural reorganization of applications, issuing assets, anchors, and network infrastructure. Some of this content will be accompanied by new feature introductions, such as the anchor platform. Stay tuned for these exciting future updates!
As always, we welcome your feedback and suggestions! Check out the docs and let us know your thoughts in our Developer Discord or through GitHub Repo. These docs are for you, and your input is greatly appreciated as we work to improve the developer experience on Stellar.