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How to contribute to OSS AsyncAPI Initiative 🌈
7 projects | dev.to | 9 Sep 2021
Regular maintenance for our VS Code plugin.
Make API product lifecycle management easy
2 projects | dev.to | 29 Mar 2023
Onboarding - Enable developers to quickly learn how to consume the exposed APIs. For example, offer OpenAPI or AsyncAPI documentation and provide a portal and sandbox.
Are there any languages with transactions as a first-class concept?
4 projects | reddit.com/r/ProgrammingLanguages | 20 Jan 2023
https://ballerina.io/ and https://www.asyncapi.com/ seem like two efforts to move in this direction a bit for web APIs.
IoT Core will be discontinued on Aug. 16, 2023
3 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 15 Aug 2022
I'm in the process of migrating PrintNanny.ai's remote command/event system off Cloud IoT Core. I've been running on IoT Core for 1.5 years. Here's my breakdown of the costs...
- $236.99 in usage, approx 1% of project's total revenue
- ~20 hours to implement pub/sub applications running on a mix of Raspberry Pi & GCP VMs. Implementations were in Rust and Python. It would have taken much, much longer to stand up a managed MQTT broker and identity/key management that I felt comfortable using in my own home, let alone providing to customers.
- Hundreds of hours implementing and debugging glue between GCP's Pub/Sub product, websocket-based subscribers, and MQTT subscribers/publishers.
I don't regret my decision (wouldn't have shipped otherwise), but I'm looking forward to the next phase. Here's what I'm migrating towards:
- NATs message broker. NATS supports connections via MQTT and Websocket protocols, besides NATS own protocol.
- django-nats-nkeys for org, identity, and JWT management (not production-ready, don't use this until I've been eating my own dog food for a few months) 
- AsyncAPI schemas  for core message APIs, including schemas for 3rd-party printer software events (OctoPrint, Moonraker, Repetier, etc). This will underpin PrintNanny's plugin system.
Contract Integration Testing
2 projects | dev.to | 24 Jul 2022
A contract is nothing but a regular piece of code. So, you cannot apply the contract written in Java in the microservices created with Golang. If you need to use varying technologies and languages for the different parts of your system, then implementing statically typed contracts might become a challenge. There are some solutions on the market. For example, OpenAPI and AsyncAPI specifications can generate code snippets based on the provided configurations. Anyway, the approaches have limitations.
Is there a standard for microservice specifications (for metadata)
2 projects | reddit.com/r/devops | 26 May 2022
There is also great stuff going on around AsyncAPI
I made a documentation driven web-socket framework
5 projects | reddit.com/r/Python | 19 May 2022
The framework is driven by the AsyncAPI specification, built on top of Flask-SocketIO. and inspired by Connexion.
Hack to the Future: A Recap
5 projects | dev.to | 6 May 2022
Gabriel Gore, Sachin Muralidhara, and Sean McGovern taught us a little more about AsyncAPI , an open-source specification for event-driven architectures (EDA). It defines interfaces for Async APIs, similar to what OpenAPI or Swagger does for RESTful services. You can automate and formalize docs, you can generate code, you can validate schemas for event-driven microservices, and it's compatible with OpenAPI for a lot of use cases. (If you have an existing code base with Open API schemas in it, you may be able to port those over to AsyncAPI; here’s a nifty comparison chart.)
How to use Protobuf with Go?
6 projects | dev.to | 6 Apr 2022
Protobuf is one of the ways to implement Messaging Contracts there are more options like Pact, AsyncApi
What is AsyncAPI?
5 projects | dev.to | 16 Feb 2022
Gitter-streaming API5 projects | dev.to | 16 Feb 2022
Here comes AsyncAPI: built with OpenAPI’s legacy in mind and sharing some concepts with, it uses some parts of its original structure and optimizes them for asynchronous needs.
What are some alternatives?
springdoc-openapi - Library for OpenAPI 3 with spring-boot
mqtt-venstar-bridge - Simple MQTT bridge to the venstar HTTP API
asyncapi-react - React component for rendering documentation from your specification in real-time in the browser. It also provides a WebComponent and bundle for Angular and Vue
JSON-Schema Faker - JSON-Schema + fake data generators
eventbridge-atlas - Open-source tool to document, discover, and share your Amazon EventBridge schemas.
openapi-generator - OpenAPI Generator allows generation of API client libraries (SDK generation), server stubs, documentation and configuration automatically given an OpenAPI Spec (v2, v3)
Flask-SocketIO - Socket.IO integration for Flask applications.
WatermelonDB - 🍉 Reactive & asynchronous database for powerful React and React Native apps ⚡️
github-action - GitHub action to deploy your API documentation on Bump
Meteor-Files - 🚀 Upload files via DDP or HTTP to ☄️ Meteor server FS, AWS, GridFS, DropBox or Google Drive. Fast, secure and robust.
generator - Use your AsyncAPI definition to generate literally anything. Markdown documentation, Node.js code, HTML documentation, anything!
team - Rust teams structure