Benefits of Using the OpenAPI Specification for Your APIs . With software products becoming just a bunch of micro-services and third-party APIs mashed together, it's more crucial than ever to get their structure in order
With software products becoming just a bunch of micro-services and third-party APIs mashed together, it's more crucial than ever to get their structure in order.
GraphQL already did this at its inception by coming up with a whole specification that describes how APIs of its type should behave. In the RESTful API landscape, things were a bit more wild west. However, even if not all backend devs know it, there are a number of specifications for REST APIs as well.
One of the best known is the OpenAPI Spec, or OAS for short.
The OpenAPI specification was known as Swagger until version 3.0 was released in 2017, when it was renamed to OpenAPI. It’s a language agnostic way to describe a RESTful API, that can be used to generate code-stubs and documentation.
Its idea is to specify a REST API with a YAML document. This document can be used to generate documentation and methods for API endpoints. While APIs are generally used to decouple software, the OpenAPI spec also allows us to decouple the public interface of our API from our implementation details.
I’ve been working with Restful APIs for some time now and one thing that I love to do is to talk about APIs.
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
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