API design is prone to errors, and it’s extremely difficult and time-consuming to spot and rectify mistakes when modeling APIs. Swagger Editor was the first editor built for designing APIs with the OpenAPI Specification (OAS), and has continued to meet the needs of developers building APIs with OAS. The Editor validates your design in real-time, checks for OAS compliancy, and provides visual feedback on the go.
The best APIs are designed with the end consumer in mind. Swagger tools like the Swagger Editor and SwaggerHub provide a YAML editor with a visualization panel for developers to work in and see how the API will looks and behave for your end consumer.
Delivering APIs which share common behaviors, patterns and a consistent RESTful interface will greatly ease the work of the people who build them and the consumers who want to use them. SwaggerHub is equipped with a built-in API Standardization tool that can make your APIs compliant with your organizational design guidelines.
Good API design is a topic that comes up a lot for teams that are trying to perfect their API strategy.
OpenAPI 3.0, which is based on the original Swagger 2.0 specification, has emerged as the world’s standard...
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