docs-deploy VS swagger-php

Compare docs-deploy vs swagger-php and see what are their differences.


Deploys a VuePress docs repo to GitHub Pages (by chevere)
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Posts with mentions or reviews of docs-deploy. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2021-06-07.


Posts with mentions or reviews of swagger-php. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2022-10-31.
  • Workplaces for digital nomads: the API
    9 projects | | 31 Oct 2022
    Native PHP attributes allowed OpenAPI markup to be much more compact than in DocBlocks. The resulting openapi.yaml is created with swagger-php and used to test the API.
  • Pragmatic development
    6 projects | | 13 Oct 2022
    First, swagger-php generates openapi.yaml based on code attributes, and then the spectator checks API responses to match openapi specification. The popular L5-Swagger is redundant in this case, as it is based on the same swagger-php with the addition of Swagger UI.
  • Swagger/Open api integration in laravel
    3 projects | /r/laravel | 25 May 2022
    I do this except use for writing the open api spec. I can enter the Spatie Data Object classes into the parameters, responses, and properties. Like op said though, it's a lot of comments and stuff to keep updated. Entirely using reflection (or reflection plus ability to manually specify certain extra things) like you're talking about sounds great.
  • OpenAPI Specification: The Complete Guide
    19 projects | | 18 May 2022
    wagger-php is a php swagger annotation and parsing library which generates interactive OpenAPI documentation for your RESTful API using doctrine annotations. - GitHub - zircote/swagger-php
  • Validate your PHP API tests against OpenAPI definitions – a Laravel example
    10 projects | | 22 Mar 2022
    The second one is L5 Swagger, a popular package bringing Swagger PHP and Swagger UI to Laravel. We actually don't need Swagger PHP here, as it uses Doctrine annotations to generate OpenAPI definitions and we're going to manually write our own instead. We do need Swagger UI, however, and the package conveniently adapts it to work with Laravel (the -W option is simply here to also update related dependencies, to avoid conflicts).
  • Dynamic class property with phpdoc included
    3 projects | /r/PHPhelp | 31 Jul 2021
    It is possible that there is a library doing this already. I am not PHP coder so would like to avoid complex frameworks and stick with barebone solution doing only this Swagger/JSON stuff. For swagger, I decided to go with zircote/swagger-php. I would like my schema and model classes to have nice Swagger doc and at the same time I can use them to prepare objects to interact with the DB by loading/dumping from JSON.
  • Creating API documentation from php files?
    4 projects | /r/PHP | 3 Feb 2021
    Ah right, so you're building a (presumably REST) API and you want to generate docs for the endpoints from your code. Slightly different scenario to what I assumed. There are a couple of libraries to generate OpenAPI specs from source files, I think this is the main one though FWIW I prefer to maintain my API specs separately from the code and use those to guide what I'm building, rather than 'tother way round.
    4 projects | /r/PHP | 3 Feb 2021
    I'm using this library to generate an open api 3 (swagger) yaml file. You add @OA markup to your doc blocks and then can have this generate a file or produce it on the fly. It's a bit sparse on documentation but is working really well with my MVC set up for a REST API I'm developing.

What are some alternatives?

When comparing docs-deploy and swagger-php you can also consider the following projects:

L5-Swagger - OpenApi or Swagger integration to Laravel

laminas-code - Extensions to the PHP Reflection API, static code scanning, and code generation

apiDoc - RESTful web API Documentation Generator.

openapi-psr7-validator - It validates PSR-7 messages (HTTP request/response) against OpenAPI specifications

Nyholm PSR-7 - A super lightweight PSR-7 implementation

flask-restx - Fork of Flask-RESTPlus: Fully featured framework for fast, easy and documented API development with Flask

rustpad - Efficient and minimal collaborative code editor, self-hosted, no database required

rswag - Seamlessly adds a Swagger to Rails-based API's

Deployer - The PHP deployment tool with support for popular frameworks out of the box

Laravel - The Laravel Framework.

drf-spectacular - Sane and flexible OpenAPI 3 schema generation for Django REST framework.

dynamicobjects - Create PHP objects having dynamic classes and/or properties.