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Treblle, API Monitoring and Analytics, Is OpenAPI’s Newest Member

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The OpenAPI Initiative, the consortium of forward-looking industry experts focused on evolving and implementing the OpenAPI Specification (OAS), is announcing today that Treblle has joined as a new member. 

Treblle provides API monitoring and analytics solutions, and makes it “easy to understand what’s going on with your APIs and the apps that use them.” Treblle was established to solve problems the founders themselves, Vedran Cindrić and Darko Blaževic, had experienced. 

Based in Zagreb, Croatia, Treblle announced €1.2 million in via Nauta Capital in July 2021. 

“I wanted Treblle to join the OpenAPI specification because I strongly believe that we need to have some kind of standard, guide or north star when it comes to API docs,” said Vedran Cindrić, Founder, Treblle. “I’ve spent the past 10 years building products, platforms, apps and APIs. I saw some amazing APIs with superb documentation, but I also saw a lot of terrible APIs that were documented horribly. I think the OpenAPI specification is a great way of pushing documentation forward and, more importantly, pushing developers forward to not just write docs but build better APIs.”

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