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Stylish API

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In this blog post we are going to look at the new styling and other new options available in OpenAPI and SwaggerUI Quarkus (v1.10.0 +). Styling Default style The default style for Swagger UI has changed from the vanilla Swagger UI to a Quarkus branded page: In this post we mostly focus on Swagger UI, but the styling options also ...

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Swagger UI on MicroProfile OpenAPI

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MicroProfile OpenApi gives us a standardized way to describe our JAX-RS API’s using OpenApi 3. If you have used swagger-jaxrs and swagger-annotations before, this will feel very familiar to you as OpenApi is built on the Swagger base. On Nov. 5, 2015, SmartBear in conjunction with 3Scale, Apigee, Capital One, Google, IBM, Intuit, Microsoft, PayPal, and Restlet announced the formation ...

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Give Enterprise APIs Visibility With Swagger And GrokOla

The Keyhole Labs team is excited to announce that GrokOla now offers Swagger integration. GrokOla users can now upload Swagger JSON files into GrokOla to have all API documentation centralized, searchable, and accessible from within their private GrokOla instance.             This is the example Swagger UI Petstore server loaded into and accessible from GrokOla. Info: http://petstore.swagger.io/. ...

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It’s easy to document your Play Framework REST API with Swagger

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This post orig­i­nally ran on http://​swag​ger​.io (7/30/2015) I hav­ing been using Play Frame­work as a Java-based, lightning-fast REST back­end frame­work for sev­eral projects. Later, I was was excited to find Swag­ger and worked to inte­grate it into a few projects. As I strug­gled with it the first time, I thought it would be use­ful to share my expe­ri­ence and cre­ate ...

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Spring Rest API with Swagger – Exposing documentation

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Once you create API documentation it is important to make it available to the stakeholders. In ideal case, this published documentation would be flexible enough to account for any last-minute changes and also be easy to distribute (in terms of costs as well as time needed to accomplish this). To make this possible we will make use of what was accomplished ...

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Spring Rest API with Swagger – Creating documentation

The real key to making your REST API easy to use is good documentation. But even if your documentation is done well, you need to set your company processes right to publish it correctly and on time. Ensuring that stakeholders receive it on time is one thing, but you are also responsible for updates in both the API and documentation. ...

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