How to write robust REST API with OpenAPI

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  • openapi-generator

    OpenAPI Generator allows generation of API client libraries (SDK generation), server stubs, documentation and configuration automatically given an OpenAPI Spec (v2, v3)

    Note, it is possible to override the templates coming from the generator in case you need to add/remove something from the generated classes. To do so, copy the templates you need from the generator repository, amend them, and set the files in the plugin with the following line:

  • openapi-usage-example

    An example of how to use OpenAPI, SpringBoot, Gradle and Kotlin to build RESTful API as described in

    The finished project is also available on my GitHub repository so you can see the finished code there. you can visit by clicking here.

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  • swagger-editor

    Swagger Editor

    Let's start by defining our spec! I would highly encourage you to use the Swagger Editor to detect syntax errors in your spec in advance. If you're using IntelliJ IDEA, you can also use the OpenAPI Editor plugin, which works extremely well.

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