The OpenAPI Specification is a standard used to build Swagger APIs. In this video, learn the parts of the specification that are most often used.
- [Instructor] We took a small peek at the open … API specification. … However, there are many additional objects … within the spec that can be used to create API definitions. … Let's take a high-level look at the specification … to explore these new objects. … OAS-compliant definition files may contains seven … sections at the root level. … Within these seven objects we can nest additional … properties to build a definition for an API. … OAS definitions can be built with either YAML or JSON. … However, in this course we will use YAML … because it is the most common markup … you will encounter when using Swagger. … Of these initial sections, only the info … and paths object are required. … However, the paths and components objects … are arguably the two most important … within an API definition. … We'll do most of the work within these sections … throughout the course. … We've had a glimpse at the info object. … It contains general API information … such as a name and description for the API. …
- 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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