This version of the docs is a work in progress. If you don’t see what you are looking for check the legacy wiki.

How to Navigate These Docs

Here’s loosely how these docs are organized.

Quick Start

Learn how to stand up Repose as quickly as possible.

Getting Started

We all need to get started somewhere. If this your first time using Repose, then this is the place for you.

Recipes

Mmm, tasty food. For good food you need a good recipe. Once you get Repose up and running, take a look at these recipes to see how to solve common use cases.

Architecture

You’ve got the basics down, maybe you’ve jury rigged a couple of recipes together to get some decent functionality, but you want more. Take a look here to see how Repose works its magic and how to turn on some of the more exciting, advanced features.

Filters

You are a pro at working with Repose, you just need to know how to configure that one feature on that one filter. This is where you’ll find in depth information on every filter, how to toggle every who’s it and what’s it, what it’s expecting to come in on your request and response, and what it might do to your request and response.

Services

All that stuff for the filters? Yeah, same thing but for all the services Repose offers.

Troubleshooting

Oh no, oh no, why is everything on fire? It’s ok, be cool, we can help. Just take a look at this.

Release Notes

If you want to know when something specific came into Repose you’ll find it here.

Style Guide

You found something missing from the docs? If there was something missing and you want to help, this is where you would go to figure out how we make a page.

Developer Documentation

So you have this great idea for a Repose feature and you need it like yesterday. What do you do? Fork the repository, hack on the code, and submit a Pull Request. You’ll find tribal knowledge of what makes Repose tick and how to do things in here.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Couldn’t find the answer to your question elsewhere? Maybe it is hiding on our FAQ page.

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