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zdne committed Feb 7, 2013
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title: To Our Wonderful Beta-Testers
excerpt: We've made it this far thanks to you. Here's a quick round-up of what we've changed based on your feedback.
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-<h1>To Our Wonderful Beta-Testers</h1>
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<p>We've been working very hard for the last few months to bring you the best tools for your REST APIs out there. And we couldn't have done it without our amazing beta testers. We'll be releasing Apiary publicly soon, but before that happens, I wanted to <strong>thank you</strong> all for being such a great help to us. And since we've added so much to the original product based on your feedback, I wanted to take a minute to bring you up to speed with everything that's new in Apiary.</p>
<h1>What's New</h1>
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title: Collaborating Through GitHub
excerpt: One of our most popular feature requests is collaboration among multiple users. Here's how you can use our GitHub integration to do that
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-# Collaborating Through GitHub
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One of our most popular [feature requests](https://apiary.uservoice.com/forums/120125-general/suggestions/3003895-share-one-api-among-several-users) is **collaboration among multiple users**. We hear you and we're working on it, but it will take time —we want to get the collaboration model right. However, that doesn't mean you can't start collaborating with your colleagues on your API design right away. We [launched our GitHub integration](http://blog.apiary.io/2012/05/21/to-our-wonderful-beta-testers/) a couple months back. Here's how to use it to your advantage!
1. Go to your [Settings page](https://apiary.io/settings) and connect Apiary to any of your GitHub repositories
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title: Apiary at Events in Nov-Dec 2012
excerpt: As Apiary matures, we're coming out of our stealth mode to talk publicly about the “apiary doctrine”—why we build things the way we do, why so many people love them, and how it all comes together into a larger vision.
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-# Apiary at Events in Nov-Dec 2012
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As Apiary matures, we're coming out of our stealth mode to talk publicly about the “apiary doctrine”—why we build things the way we do, why so many people love them, and how it all comes together into a larger vision:
**Oct 29-31 @ Vienna, Austria**
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author: lukas
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-# New and improved PEG parser
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I'm excited to to announce that I have finally completed migration
to our new parser. It is more robust, more formal, totally open-source
and will serve as a base for further improvements of our syntax.

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