# About LINE Developers site
LINE provides an API (hereafter called LINE API) that enables external companies and developers to connect with LINE's services. The LINE Developers site (https://developers.line.biz/) provides developers with documents explaining the specifications and development procedures of the LINE API.
For example, suppose a developer wants to add a "LINE Login" button to an EC site run by their company so that end users can easily log in using their LINE accounts. The LINE Developers site publishes documents and API references so that the developer could implement the feature seamlessly without running into technical issues such as not knowing the implementation process.
|LINE Developers site's contents||Description|
|News||Notifies you of LINE's services, platform updates, and outage information.|
|Products||Briefly introduces the characteristics and overview of each service.|
|Documentation||Documents and API references that describe development procedures and specifications for each service.|
|FAQ||Answers to frequently asked questions about LINE API.|
|Glossary||Glossary of terms related to LINE API.|
|LINE Developers Console||Management screen for developers. For more information, see LINE Developers Console overview in the LINE Developers Console documentation.|
# LINE Developers site's related sites
If you would like to ask questions on things you don't understand to fellow developers, or learn how to use the LINE API through study sessions, we recommend the LINE Developers Community (opens new window). If you want to know what you can do with the LINE API in the first place before seeing detailed specifications, we recommend the LINE API Use Case (opens new window) site, where you can see use cases and demo apps.
There are other related sites on the LINE Developers site that you could use alongside depending on the purpose.