Join Kevin Bowersox for an in-depth discussion in this video Client modifications, part of Building APIs with Swagger and the OpenAPI Specification.
- [Instructor] There's one final piece … of our course project that we need to put in place. … We need to set up our Angular application … to use the Apigee proxy URL so that the application … accesses the production instance of our API. … So, within Apigee, … navigate to the proxies … and we'll grab the hsports-catalog proxy. … And inside of the configuration, … we can grab the production URL. … So just copy this address, … and now we're going to head over … to Visual Studio Code, where I have the … hsports client application loaded. … So within this Angular application, … we're going to expand the source directory, … and then the app directory, … followed by rest, … and then API. … Inside of this directory, … you'll find the product.service.ts class. … Go ahead and open this class, … and then I'm going to hide the sidebar … so we can get a better view. … If we take a look at the class, … you'll notice, within this TypeScript file, … we are still pointing to the mock API server … running on SwaggerHub. …
- 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
HTTP Essential Trainingwith Morten Rand-Hendriksen50m 18s Beginner
1. Swagger Ecosystem
2. Building API Specifications
3. Creating and Publishing APIs with SwaggerHub
4. Capstone Project
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