The OpenAPI Specification (formerly known as the Swagger Specification) has emerged as the world’s standard for defining RESTful interfaces at a time when the API economy was ripe for disruption.
But there’s still lots of questions around how the OpenAPI definition format can actually help streamline API development. Where does it fit into my development workflow? How does it help in achieving my goals? How can I take advantage of it across various phases of the software development lifecycle?
As the team behind some of the most widely used tools for designing, documenting, and developing APIs with the OpenAPI Specification — including the open source Swagger Editor, Swagger UI, and Swagger Codegen, as well as pro tools like SwaggerHub and Swagger Inspector — we've learned firsthand about the opportunities and challenges facing teams developing APIs with OAS. And while OAS has gained the most traction for helping teams with API design and documentation, we've also seen examples of how organizations can streamline their entire API lifecycle with Swagger and OAS.
In our upcoming webinar, Definition Driven API Development: How OAS And Swagger Help Teams Streamline Their API Development, we’ll discuss exactly why and how to use the OpenAPI Specification to accelerate your API development in various phases of the API lifecycle including API design, development, documentation, testing and virtualization.
Topics covered include:
- Introduction to OAS
- How OAS fits into different phases of your API lifecycle
- How to add OAS to your existing APIs
- How to take advantage of the Swagger tools to streamline your API development using OAS
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