Join Kevin Bowersox for an in-depth discussion in this video Reading the specification, part of Building APIs with Swagger and the OpenAPI Specification.
we're going to cover the most commonly … There's going to be a lot of sections you may never use. … So what we're going to do is take a few minutes … That way when you're on your own after this course … if you encounter and Edge case … you know how to find the information you need. … So on the OpenAPI Initiative's GetHub page … you're going to find a repository, … the OpenAPI specification repository that holds the spec. … that we can take a look at to learn … how to build API definitions. … We'll take a look at version 3.0. … as you scroll down the specification … that we can then further define … by specifying their nested fields. … So here we see the seven or so sections … and let's just navigate into the paths object … the spec an we're looking at a paths object. … is going to be the same every time. … So for example, we see several examples … And this is a path item object and that can change … depending up the API, so it's not static. … Something like get property … because we're always going to use …
- 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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