We've been building developer communities for more than 20 years and are here to help you succeed.
To help you get your developer community up and running faster, we've packaged up the most popular pro services requests.
Sometimes you need something that's a little out of the ordinary. We'll work with you to make your community stand out on a per project basis or annual tiered offering. Common customization includes:
New content types
User profile customizations
Email template customizations
“It has been a pleasure working with AnswerHub. Whether productively collaborating to finalize requirements, or reacting promptly to issues, the team is professional through and through.”
- VP OF DEVELOPMENT, SAFE SOFTWARE
The Hortonworks Community Connection’s knowledge base article has been customized to allow developers to add links to GitHub repositories. The community provides a platform for developers to engage with peers, contributors, and practitioners around the world.
Using AnswerHub’s open API, LinkedIn has fully customized the user experience. More than 400 million LinkedIn users get self-service support through articles and Q&A on LinkedIn Help.
Nearly 50 custom badges, including Alex Trebeck, Apigeek, and Strunk &White, identify certified experts and increase developer engagement. More than 14,000 developers get answers, ideas, and support from the Apigee Community.
Unity Answers, a 2018 Developers’ Choice Award winner, is a community for developers building on the Unity3D platform. Unity Answers cuts support costs through organic support and moderation. And the community’s branded, unified header helps fold the community in across their ecosystem.
The FME Knowledge Center provides a single place for ideation, knowledge management, and Q&A. Safe increases relevance with custom article types. For instance, members can filter based on article type (i.e., how-to, tutorial, FAQ, error message, etc.).
Quali Community’s custom landing page provides seamless navigation to and from the global Quali site. Quali uses a variety of content types, including Q&A, Ideas, and a customized article type for use as code repository. They’ve also done a great job of topic tagging to filter content in the repositories.