OpenAPI support for tRPC ๐Ÿงฉ (by jlalmes)

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  • Create Production-Ready SDKs for tRPC
    2 projects | | 1 Dec 2023
    tRPC does not natively export OpenAPI documents, but the trpc-openapi package adds this functionality. We'll start this tutorial by adding trpc-openapi to a project, and then we'll add a script to generate an OpenAPI schema and save it as a file.
  • Using OpenAPI to Detect Breaking Changes in tRPC
    7 projects | | 16 Oct 2023
    While trpc-openapi originally was used to expose REST endpoints of the tRPC router, we will use it to generate an OpenAPI specification for our API.
  • tRPC โ€“ Move Fast and Break Nothing. End-to-end typesafe APIs made easy
    30 projects | | 12 Aug 2023
    Sure it can, you can use
  • Will you, and when will you, use trpc in your code?
    5 projects | /r/node | 19 Jun 2023
    You either have to go with react native or use to generate rest endpoint using trpc. lol. Not sure how good the trpc-openapi package is though. Read somewhere it was missing stuff
  • Is tRPC redundant with SvelteKit?
    3 projects | /r/sveltejs | 8 Jun 2023
    As for exposing the API externally, neither (can) limit this but SvelteKit's API is generally considered to be an internal implementation detail that you don't use directly since it might change between versions. If you want to expose an API you should choose tRPC, probably alongside the OpenAPI plugin or something similar.
  • [AskTS] What do you think will be the future of runtime type checking?
    10 projects | /r/typescript | 28 May 2023
    In essence, features of the language made for static type checking at compilation are possibly being left favour of tools that act like a superset of the language that provide the static build type checking and offer runtime type checking too. An example I recently saw was the trpc-openapi package which uses Zod for creating the types of the schema for the http request and responses, it takes a zod schema as that is what it can use when compiled to JavaScript to generate the types for the openapi file at runtime, there's scarcely a type or interface in sight when using it but you have full type safety.
  • Help me get out of stack hell
    4 projects | /r/nextjs | 15 Apr 2023
    Take a look at which will give you a rest endpoint based on your trpc router. Ymmv in reality but basically this should give you some confidence that your trpc router can be called from another client (not just next).
  • Full-Stack TypeScript with tRPC and React
    1 project | /r/reactjs | 7 Mar 2023
    Ok thanks, I did find a good example here
  • Why we ditched GraphQL for tRPC
    5 projects | | 14 Dec 2022
    There is an OpenAPI Extension for tRPC that can be used to create a more REST-like API from your procedures, and that in turn can be used for auto-generating documentation. But if my app needed to offer third-party API access, I would likely reach for GraphQL again.
    1 project | /r/reactjs | 14 Nov 2022
    tRPC is nice because you have type safety the whole way down. Someone has made a tRPC OpenaAPI for exposing tRPC procedures externally in the OpenAPI format
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