While everyone wants to take advantage OAS 3.0, it can get tricky when you want to do so for an existing API. You may have APIs defined in Swagger 2.0 that you want to migrate to OAS 3.0, or maybe you have a backload of legacy APIs that don’t yet a definition in place.
What do you do? How can you get the most out of the OpenAPI 3.0 specification for your existing APIs?
Check out this video if you're interested in:
- What’s new in OAS 3.0
- How to generate OAS 3.0 definitions through code annotations using the SwaggerHub open source Maven plugin
- How to generate OAS 3.0 definitions from API end points using Swagger Inspector
- How to convert Swagger 2.0 definitions to OAS 3.0 definitions using SwaggerHub
- How to create consumer-friendly APIs using OAS 3.0 and SwaggerHub
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