What's new in Edge?

Apigee is proud to announce a major update to its API management user interface. This New Edge experience builds on the existing features of the Apigee Edge platform, and includes enhancements particularly in the areas of Design and Publishing.

This video provides a quick overview of the New Edge experience, highlighting the features and enhancements made to the existing Edge API management platform.

New users will be opted-in to the New Edge experience by default. For now, existing users can opt-in to the New Edge experience and may switch back to the Classic Edge experience at any time. Eventually, the New Edge experience will become the only option for all users, but at the beginning of this transition, all users may opt-in/out as they prefer.

For more information about the New Edge experience, its features and enhancements, how it compares to the Classic Edge experience, and how to switch between the two interfaces, see Introducing the New Edge experience and the New Edge experience documentation.

Note to existing Edge users

The New Edge experience brings new features and enhancements to the Edge API management platform to which you have grown accustomed. It supports full backwards compatibility. Your existing API proxies and applications will just work; no migration is required. In many areas, you won't notice a lot of functional difference between the New Edge and Classic Edge experience.

Though the Classic Edge experience will continue to be supported for users that are comfortable with the classic interface for the near term, it is recommended that you give New Edge a try. You don't even have to make a commitment - you can switch between New Edge and Classic Edge at anytime during your API proxy management lifecycle.

About the new Apigee doc site

If you've used the Apigee documentation before, don't worry, you're in the right place. You've probably noticed our new look and feel. The content is the same, but the navigation has changed, and there are a couple of great new features.

Note that the topic URLs are slightly different than the previous URLs, but we have redirects in place to handle that. If you find that a bookmarked URL to your favorite doc topic is broken, just click "Send Feedback" and let us know.

Navigation: You can find major product and topic areas across the top navigation bars, while specific topics are listed in the left navigation area to provide a cleaner, less-cluttered look.

API docs: Our interactive management API docs are hosted externally on our previous doc site to ensure they leverage the SmartDocs interactive API framework.

Filtered search: When you use search on the doc site, the initial search results are for the doc site only. To see additional results from the Apigee Community, click "Search All" at the top of the search results page.

Style code blocks, copy code blocks: On code blocks in the docs, icons in the upper right of the code block let you change the style of the block and click to copy the code to your clipboard.

Automatic device rendering: The doc content dynamically switches to the appropriate layout on devices of different sizes.

Feedback: You can still leave feedback on our docs (we love it when you send us feedback!), and the "Send Feedback" link is in the upper right of the screen in the menu bar.