Writing comprehensive documentation for your software development kit (SDK) is critical for developers to understand your product and get the most out of it. Include an overview, SDK reference, code samples, getting started guide, and guided walkthroughs.
📄️ Open Source
Give your developers greater access to your SDKs by open sourcing them on GitHub. Set up a README, define contribution guidelines, and use issues to keep track of the conversations with the developer community.
Build communities, enable conversations and encourage collaboration by establishing developer forums. Moderators can help keep discussions productive and SDK groups can be created to support individual languages. Take advantage of platforms like GitHub Discussions for open source projects.
📄️ Tech Support
SDKs are key for onboarding developers and helping your support team focus on more complex tasks. They provide access to libraries, guides, and code samples for a self-service experience and allow your engineers to quickly troubleshoot any issues that arise.