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    Antoine Richard
    @antoine-richard
    Hi. I was looking into these 2 issues : mulesoft/api-console#68 and mulesoft/api-console#87 .
    And I'm interrested about this v2
    How about this release ?
    Is it delayed ?
    Damian Martinez Gelabert
    @dmartinezg
    Hi, @antoine-richard it kind of is, you can see how it is coming along in this branch: https://github.com/mulesoft/api-console/tree/features/v2/src
    Antoine Richard
    @antoine-richard
    Nice.
    Do you consider it usable ?
    stable enough ?
    Damian Martinez Gelabert
    @dmartinezg

    usable for what? production?

    no, not yet

    we are a "couple of weeks" away from completion (*disclaimer: we have been a couple of weeks away for some time now)
    It is pretty close to completion though.
    Antoine Richard
    @antoine-richard
    Sorry: yes for production.
    Ok , thank you
    And thank you for your work on this.
    We use the console (v1) for a while now and it fits our need
    I'll follow the repo activity and preparing myself to switch to v2 when ready. Thank you for your time.
    brion-fuller
    @brion-fuller
    Is this planned to be updated to support RAML 1.0?
    Javier
    @jcenturion
    We are currently spiking to calculate the effort needed. I'll let you know once I have the final estimation.
    sameshit
    @sameshit
    Hello. First of all I want to say thank you that you develop so nice API ecosystem. After Swagger it's really like a sip of fresh air.
    I want to ask what options do I have to specify "groups of paths" in the api-console? As far as I understood everything under /resource and below (e.g. /resource/sub-resource) will go into the same group
    But /resource/ never grouped with /resource/sub-resource. Does it make sense? What kind of other grouping options I have?
    Damian Martinez Gelabert
    @dmartinezg
    good question, I need to play around to see how it does it
    Damian Martinez Gelabert
    @dmartinezg

    what the console does is:

    it groups all resources on the first shortest, complete relative path it finds, the following both do what you expect:

    #%RAML 0.8
    title: Some API
    
    /foo:
      /bar:
        /baz:
          /bin:
    
    /fee:
    /fee/fi:
    /fee/fi/fo:
    /fee/fi/fofum:

    which is to group under /foo and /fee

    this also does what is expected:
    #%RAML 0.8
    title: Some API
    
    /foo:
      /bar:
        /baz:
          /bin:
    /foo/bar/baz/bin/bang:
    which is group everything under /foo

    this is what may be considered tricky:

    #%RAML 0.8
    title: Some API
    
    /non-root-resource/foo:
      /bar:
        /baz:
          /bin:

    groups around /non-root-resource/foo

    does this make sense @sameshit ?
    Bob Mulder
    @bobmulder
    Hi Guys, I started using RAML 1.0, and I'm trying to figure out how to use api-console for RAML 1.0. Any hints how to get the good branch via bower?
    Vaidas Žilionis
    @zilionis
    Is possible to reuse example from object examples?
      Child:
        type: object
        properties: 
          id: string
          status: boolean
        examples:
          activeOne:
            id: 2a7f828e-3915-41ba-b336-ead127891113
            status: true
          disabledOne:
            id: 913c4183-3aec-4022-9128-1d443949e9b7
            status: false
    
      Father:
        type: object
        properties:
          name: string
          childs?: Child[]
        examples: 
          withoutChilds:
            name: EmptyOne
          withChilds:
            name: RichOne
            childs:
              - {id: a, status: false}
              - {id: b, status: true}
    instead of writing {id: a, status: false} i whoud like use activeOne for example
    Bob Mulder
    @bobmulder
    Hi all, am I right that on every try-now call a new access_token is requested? Why not saving it and use it next time?
    Gian Carlo Val Ebao
    @gianebao
    i can't make the <raml-console> src work. Everything from grunt worked properly then in the dist folder, i'm trying to load the examples/box.raml but failed.
    Josh Gough
    @JogoShugh
    Hey all, awesome work on the console
    I was wondering, is there a way to have the Try It tab show a preview of the URL as it's creating it"
    ?
    if not, i'm willing to hack on that if it's of interest
    Jeff
    @jcadow
    Hi, Peops - I'm an old programmer who's new to RAML & JavaScript & GitHub. I've found some a few issues and would like some guidance on whether to file bugs for them.
    Jeff
    @jcadow
    Sorry - sent that too soon.
    1. If my api.raml includes an example, UTF-8 encoded, external JSON file containing a text attribute whose value contains an extended character (e.g., lowercase u-umlaut), the request generated when I click the POST button in TryIt seems to use an encoding other than UTF-8, or perhaps it escapes the character by including backslashes. Is there any way to control the encoding that api-console uses when building a request?
    2. If I include HTML table markup in a description attribute's text, multiple blank lines (that were not present in my api.raml file) precede the table in the resulting HTML.
      Thanks for your patience with a n00b. Please let me know if you need more detail/examples, and if you think either of these issues is worthy of a bug report.
    Gian Carlo Val Ebao
    @gianebao
    Hi guys! I have an issue with regards to the pattern property in the included schema. It looks like if the regex contains a "|" the whole schema does not appear in the main raml.
    Steven Roose
    @stevenroose
    I have a RAML spec that does not want to load. If I put the file URL, and click load, it flashes a bit but nothing happens, no console error either. If I paste the content, the border gets red, but no error message or console error.
    API Console does support RAML v1.0, right?
    It's related to a JSON schema that I included. If I leave that out, it works. The schema passes all schema linters that I know of though.