Is OpenAPI the Gateway to DevOps Success?
It’s not an understatement to say that OAS (OpenAPI Specification) has changed the way many developers design their APIs, with its standardized format allowing for easier adoption and implementation of APIs. However, the verb used in that last sentence is telling: it talks about how developers “design” their APIs, rather than how they “power” or do whatever you want to update
AsyncAPI vs OpenAPI: What’s The Difference?
The world of APIs is often one of competing standards, interests, and solutions. While we tend to talk about the API space as a cohesive community, the reality is that APIs on the internet encompasses something universal. In the API documentation space, this ultimately comes down to a question of consumption. Who is actually do whatever you want to update
Why You Should Auto-Generate API Client Libraries
Client libraries are one of few ways to dramatically improve Developer Experience (DX) for your APIs. However, with all the programming languages your developers use, creating client libraries can be quite a challenge — and that’s not to mention the maintenance that comes with every update to your APIs. What if you could reap the do whatever you want to update
Auto-Generating a CLI From OpenAPI Specification
As we’ve described many times before, the OpenAPI Specification is a powerful solution for API agility and extensibility. Overseen by the OpenAPI Initiative, the specification drives many modern implementations to new heights. Such is the case with today’s topic, the OpenAPI CLI Generator. Simply put, it does what it says in the name – this do whatever you want to update
How to Mock Web Services During Development
Development does not occur in isolation – it is an active, interconnected process. Because of this, one of the most important things a developer can incorporate into their development lifecycle is testing. Testing each stage of code development and deployment can ensure that services perform as expected, and have a high-quality user experience. Unfortunately, mocking do whatever you want to update
5 API Design Trends to Look Out for in 2019
2019 will see the growing popularity of plenty of new and powerful approaches to building great APIs. Between growing amounts of data, a 21st century need-for-speed, and ever-tighter regulations, secure and effective API design is important than ever — and we find that observing trends can be the best way to identify what’s working do whatever you want to update