@[Steven Reubenstone] (1) check this out : https://www.dropbox.com/s/d59znvm0ecdg7ml/Api Review.pdf?dl=0
Feedback for Kandy.io Android Documentation
A team of two developers were tasked to read through the Kandy.io Android documentation and provide feedback.
As per the client’s requirements,the developers used Java and C++ API as a reference point.
The API was well defined but could be better.
1.The User Interface is not user-friendlyand takes bit of a time to get used to. As compared to the Java API methods and their descriptions, Kandy.io’swere not clearly defined.
2.There seem to some minor glitches:i)Characters that are missing:“The access token you used for this API call doesn�t exist”ii) Hyperlinks that don’twork:<a href="#Class-notify" title=“class or interface in java.lang”>notify</a>
There was no search option to find specific methods.It should have a deep-filtering method for User queries.Full text search is hard to do, so an API that can do it relieves a big burden for developers
There Should be a developer community.Bring the users together, bring them to you, and sometimes go to them. Let them ask questions and report issues in a public place
It was easy to learn and understand. Methods were clearly defined,albeit a bit misleading as defined above.