Join Kevin Bowersox for an in-depth discussion in this video API server setup, part of Building APIs with Swagger and the OpenAPI Specification.
- [Instructor] Once we've provisioned a new VM … we'll need to stand up our API implementation. … To do that, we'll need to run the jar file … on the server using Java and set up DNS resolution. … So the first thing we'll do is FTP … the jar file over to our new VM. … So if we navigate into the VM that we provisioned, … you can find the IP address for the server. … Go ahead and copy that and use that IP … You'll notice on the left hand side, … I am logged in on the local workstation … then our hsports-catalog-server project … packaged in a jar file. … Within Azure, we can scroll down … on the sidebar of the VM console … and you'll see that we can open … up a shell using the serial console. … to make a little bit easier for you to see. … Okay, it's going to prompt us to login, … named api in the root of the server … and then we're going to navigate into that directory … and at this point, we can copy … the jar file … from the temp directory into our api directory. … and we're just going to say that we want …
- The architecture of the Swagger ecosystem
- Using the tools within the Swagger platform
- Building a basic API using Swagger
- Defining APIs
- Creating API documentation using Swagger UI
- Creating and publishing APIs with SwaggerHub
- API management with Apigee
- Monitoring API usage
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Swagger Ecosystem
2. Building API Specifications
3. Creating and Publishing APIs with SwaggerHub
4. Capstone Project
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