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I am preparing documentation for thw above.
>From research i can see that there are tools such as Swagger to
1. Is this how you make the documentation?
2. How do you edit the information the developers put in? In the source?
3. Do you then export the files or use as is?
Or do you create a regular document with explanations?
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