#scrambledrop: Scramble 0.10.0

#scrambledrop: Scramble 0.10.0

March 15, 2024

Customize documentation URL, register multiple API documentation websites, document request parameter examples and more!


I’m happy to announce a new version of Scramble. Scramble is Laravel API docs generator that generates doc without requiring you to write PHPDoc annotations: https://scramble.dedoc.co/introduction.

0.10.0 is a big Scramble update that brings ability to customize docs URL, to register multiple API documentations websites, to document examples and more! And finally it’s released: is out: https://github.com/dedoc/scramble/releases/tag/v0.10.0

Customizing documentation URL

Now you can customize domain and path for your documentation. Yeah, a bit overdue, but better late than never!

For example, here is how you can register your documentation website on a custom subdomain.

// app/Providers/AppServiceProvider.php

// routes/web.php
Route::domain('myapp.com', function () {

Now, documentation website will be available on myapp.com/api-docs and JSON specification on myapp.com/api-docs.json.

Multiple API versions documentation

This version introduces one of the most requested features: ability to define docs for multiple API versions, customized docs path or domain.

It allows you to have a documentation for every API version you have in your project.

// app/Providers/AppServiceProvider.php

Scramble::registerApi('v1', [
    'api_path' => 'api/v1',

Scramble::registerApi('v2', [
    'api_path' => 'api/v2',

// routes/web.php
Scramble::registerUiRoute(path: 'docs-v1', api: 'v1');
Scramble::registerJsonSpecificationRoute(path: 'docs-v1.json', api: 'v1');

Scramble::registerUiRoute(path: 'docs-v2', api: 'v2');
Scramble::registerJsonSpecificationRoute(path: 'docs-v2.json', api: 'v2');

This will disable default API documentation URL and make 2 different API documentations, for v1 and v2 respectively, available on specified routes.

Learn more: https://scramble.dedoc.co/usage/multiple-docs

Examples, defaults, marking request parameter as part of query

0.10.0 brings few improvements to request parameters documentation: now you can provide examples, default values, and mark a parameter as a part of query string (for non-GET requests).

Providing examples also work for API resources.

Also Scramble now documents all calls to Request objects in controller as request parameter with corresponding type. So $request->integer('limit', 15); line will result in limit parameter documented as int with default value 15 in documentation!

Learn more: https://scramble.dedoc.co/usage/request#method-calls-on-a-request-object

Improved Sanctum integration

Now “Try it” feature works with Sanctum’s cookie-based API out of the box.

Ability to customize generated operations’ tags

By default Scramble uses controller’s class name as a tag, so in UI all routes defined in the controller are grouped.

Now you can override that behavior and specify your own tags generation logic.

Tuples support

Tuple is a data structure that describe an ordered sequence of values. In Scramble 0.10.0 you can document tuples and provide examples for them.

Other changes

  • Add support for enums in route parameter;
  • Improved 204 empty responses documentation;
  • Determine eloquent attribute type from casts;
  • Fix confirmed rule not working properly when it is used on multiple attributes;
  • Type inference in ternaries;
  • Remove request body from HEAD and DELETE by default;
  • Fixed validation rules being documented differently depending on rules order.


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