The Swagger UI can be very helpful during development, but may be a security risk in production. We look at how to ensure it isn't left accidentally available.
The Swagger user interface allows us to view information about our REST services. This can be very convenient for development. However, owing to security concerns, we might not want to allow this behavior in our public environments.
In this short tutorial, we'll look at how to turn Swagger off in production.
What is REST? The REST acronym is defined as a “REpresentational State Transfer” and is designed to take advantage of existing HTTP protocols when used
Hiding Endpoints From Swagger Documentation in Spring Boot. Let's have a look at how we can hide endpoints from Swagger API documentation.
Learn how to add Swagger to Spring Boot to generate automatic API documentation. In this video, we'll understand what Swagger is and why it's needed. I'll then walk you through getting a blank Spring Boot project and adding Swagger to it step by step.
Swagger is an open-source tool to develop APIs, interact with APIs, and mainly generate documentation for APIs. Let's dive into explanation about Swagger and how to use Swagger to create a documentation for your REST API built using SpringBoot.
In this article, I will explain Swagger and how you can use it to create documentation for your REST API built with SpringBoot.