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Pros of LiveFyre
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    • 18
      Great UI
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      Cute mascot
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      Looks great and is fun to use
    • 5
      It's friggin awesome
    • 3
      Make sample API calls inside the docs
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      Easy setup
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      Simple to Use

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    Cons of LiveFyre
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      • 4
        Support is awful
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        No backup and restore capability
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        Important parts of the CSS are locked
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        Document structure is severely restricted
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        Full of bugs
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        No notifications of edits by other users
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        Supports only two documents plus a blog
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        Does not support pre-request scripts
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        Random pages display content of other pages instead
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        Review and comment functionality is hard to work with
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        Navigation in user-facing copy is spotty
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        All admins have full editing rights
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        What is LiveFyre?

        Livefyre’s real-time apps get your audience talking and turn your site into the hub for your community. Bloggers, brands and the largest publishers in the world use Livefyre to engage their users and curate live content from around the social web.

        What is

        It is an easy-to-use tool to help you build out documentation! Each documentation site that you publish is a project where there is space for documentation, interactive API reference guides, a changelog, and much more.

        What is Slate?

        Slate helps you create beautiful API documentation. Think of it as an intelligent, responsive documentation template for your API.

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