Pages with tag OpenAPI

Building an API with Swagger Tutorial about creating an API using Swagger.
How to easily edit a Swagger/OpenAPI API specification using free tools The official way to edit a Swagger/OpenAPI document is using the Swagger Editor available through the swagger.io website, or to use the SwaggerHub website. The Editor can be run on your laptop inside a web browser which allows local JavaScript execution. As browsers tighten the screws on security the ability to do that may cease, and I see in the issue queue a request to make Electron versions of the Swagger tools. The SwaggerHub website is another option, especially as it offers lots of interesting features (at a fee). But, since OpenAPI is a free and open specification it's possible for others to develop tools. In this post we'll go over using the Swagger Editor, and using Atom to edit an OpenAPI specification.
Swagger and Open API Spec @codecampnyc 2016

Moving from "cloud-first" to "cloud-only" and therefore "API's" are more important than ever. Concept of the API Economy. Hence necessity for a better method to design REST-ful API's, and help others to use those API's. Another problem is the "Distributed Monolith" which is interlocking dependencies between microservices. Swagger is the solution.

Language agnostic. Helps to generate excellent documentation. No guesswork. Clearly documented REST API's.

Swagger tutorial -- How to add Swagger OpenAPI to your REST API documentation An introduction to Swagger/OpenAPI. A core idea given is documentation that's interactive, and unlike typical documentation as it appears in a slide deck. The power of having an API described in an industry-standard format is the wide variety of tools available.
SwaggerHub 101 An Introduction to Getting Started with SwaggerHub As the title suggest, this shows how to use SwaggerHub in a software development team. SwaggerHub covers a full life-cycle of API development in a team. Each project or "Organization" in SwaggerHub can have members and various settings. It can automatically generate a "mock API server" to try out the API directly via SwaggerHub.
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