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bkwilliams7021226dJust wait until they release v4 but don’t update the docs for six weeks.
hubiruchi2904226dSo thats why they say "documentation can lie, code cant"
bkwilliams7021226dIf you develop API the best thing you can do is version them:
—returns Bar JSON Object v1
—returns Bar JSON Object v2
brettski511226dThat was my Tuesday, though reading v3 and on v2!
jokerreturns300226dAre you reading Boto documentation? I've been there
piehole883226dThis is also fail of the docs, which upon googling should always show the latest version, and if you want, you should be able to switch.
Codex40417908226d@piehole the docs cannot do much about it. When I google something about laravel it will show me the latest docs 9 out of 10 times. Once in a while I look for something which had a rename. And will get the old docs.
When I lookup the docs manually it will show me the latest stable version.
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