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Now, after you have Scramble installed, first thing to do is to ensure that all the API routes are added to the docs.

Routes resolution

By default, all routes starting with api are added to the documentation. For example, will be added to the docs. This can be customized by modifying scramble.api_path config value. For example, if you want to add all routes starting with api/v1, you should set scramble.api_path to api/v1. Make sure you publish the config file first.

If your API routes use a different domain, you can account for it by modifying scramble.api_domain config value. By default, it is set to null which means that the current domain will be used. So if your API routes are on, you should set scramble.api_domain to

Also, you may provide your own route resolver function using Scramble::route in the boot method of a service provider. This way you can exclude routes or include just few ones. It will take precedence over the default route matching. For example, in your AppServiceProvider:

use Dedoc\Scramble\Scramble;
use Illuminate\Routing\Route;
use Illuminate\Support\Str;

 * Bootstrap any application services.
 * @return void
public function boot()
    Scramble::routes(function (Route $route) {
        return Str::startsWith($route->uri, 'api/');

Route resolver function accepts a route and return bool determining if the route should be added to docs or not.

At this point your docs should be available at /docs/api URI.

Docs authorization

By default, you will only be able to access /docs/api route in the local environment.

Define viewApiDocs gate if you need to allow access in other environments.

For example, to allow access to the docs in the production environment only for the user with email, the gate would look like this:

Gate::define('viewApiDocs', function (User $user) {
    return in_array($user->email, ['']);

Customizing API overview page

When you visit /docs/api first time, the page itself is almost empty.

You can add some content there by publishing the config file and setting config value. Content can be as long as you want. Also, you can use markdown there, it will be rendered as HTML.

return [
    // ...
    'info' => [
        // ...
        'description' => 'This is my **API** description',
    // ...
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