SpecServer Has Landed!

SpecServer is our awesome specification editing and viewing tool. It let's API owners easily manage and maintain their documentation and delight their customers with it.

FixSpec customers maintain their documentation on their own servers, but these join the SpecServer network and share documentation automatically and electronically. Neat huh?

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Check Your Inbox...

You should find an email from us with an access link to let you set a password and access SpecServer.

If you have any problems, drop us a line at happytohelp@fixspec.com.

What Can I Do With SpecServer?

SpecServer is full of tools to make the task of coding to an API easier, including:

  • Explore both API-specific documentation and industry standards
  • Easily compare anything-to-anything to understand what's changed right on your screen
  • Validated & decode FIX messages against a custom specification*
  • Export to a variety of different formats including PDF, FinSpec (JSON), QuickFIX XML, FIXML and FIX Repository (Unified) format

* All processing takes place locally on your computer - data is not sent to our servers

How Much Does It Cost?

SpecServer is FREE for end users.

For API owners using SpecServer to document their specs, subscriptions cost just £10 per day for unlimited users and specs (and start-ups get even better offers!).

Can I Access Any Spec In Here?

We are very careful about protecting the intellectual property and copyright of API owners, so it depends on their instructions to us.

Some firms in our network have asked to approve users accessing their specs, and so there's an online permission system for that. Others are fine with all users viewing them.

Why Don't You Have Specs From ... On Here?

What we are doing is pretty radical and new. Not everybody has woken up to the benefits of electronic API documentation yet.

We are working hard to make electronic API documentation accessible and affordable for all, but in the meantime we must respect the IP and copyright of others.

If you know someone who you think would benefit from electronic specs though, please give them a nudge ;-)