Dear Developer & Creator Community,
Our mission on the Developer Relations team is to enable the success of our developer and creator community. We have many programs, initiatives, and resources, and we want to make sure all of this content has a unified home. To that end, we are pleased to announce the release of the brand new Developer Hub!
Right now on the Developer Hub, you can find all of the content that you were used to finding on the Wiki. Not only has this content gotten a face-lift, but we have dramatically redesigned how everything is organized. Just to give you a sense of scale, we went through over 3000 pages of API documentation and 450 articles, tutorials, videos, and how-tos. Here are some of the things you’ll see on the new Developer Hub:
- A new design for every page, article, video, and API reference.
- Hundreds of new code samples to be found and explored.
- Updated content in over a hundred articles and tutorials.
- New filtering and search capabilities.
- A new homepage with developer and game spotlights, and featured news and announcements.
With these changes, we will be able to better support you and help you grow. Note we are still in the process of bringing over other areas of the wiki which we expect to complete over the next few weeks - this includes the Studio User Manual, our Educator Resources, the Roblox Creator Challenge, our Release Notes, and a small hand-full of tutorials that are still in need of edits to bring them up to a higher editorial standard. We have also heard your feedback about our API reference documentation. As part of this update, you’ll find over 1500 pages of documentation updated to reflect the current state of our platform, with many more updates to come.
As with all projects of this scale, some issues may have gotten past our testing. So if you discover a problem, or have an idea you would like to share about the DevHub, please share them in the comments below. We will do our best to investigate and respond as quickly as possible.
Developer Relations Team