Designing APIs with Swagger and OpenAPI (Manning)
Monday, 25 July 2022

This book is a comprehensive guide to designing and describing your first RESTful API using the most widely adopted standards. Swagger core contributor Josh Ponelat and API consultant Lukas Rosenstock progressively explain how to make ever more expansive APIs.

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The book shows how to use OpenAPI and Swagger to help automate workflow. Learn the syntax and structure of OpenAPI definitions, create and iterate on an API design with common tools, and release your API to the public.

Author: Josh Ponelat and Lukas Rosenstock
Publisher: Manning
Date: July 2022
Pages: 424
ISBN: 978-1617296284
Print: 1617296287
Kindle: B0B221DN1Z
Audience: Swagger developers
Level: Intermediate/Advanced
Category: Systems Management

  • Understand OpenAPI syntax and structure
  • Use Swagger and other tooling to create OpenAPI definitions
  • Design authentication and authorization
  • Turn an OpenAPI description into online documentation
  • Automate processes and generating code
  • Iterate an API design with user stories
  • Build a frontend against a mock server
  • Generate backend code with Swagger Codegen
  • Versioning an API and dodging breaking changes
  • Work with cross-functional teams

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