OpenAPI Specification and Swagger

Swagger offers the easiest to use tools to take full advantage of all the capabilities of the OpenAPI Specification (OAS).

OpenAPI Specification and Swagger
What is the OpenAPI Specification?

The OpenAPI Specification, formerly known as the Swagger Specification, is the world’s standard for defining RESTful interfaces. The OAS enables developers to design a technology-agnostic API interface that forms the basis of their API development and consumption.

What is the OpenAPI Specification?
Standardize on OAS with SwaggerHub

SwaggerHub helps teams that need to set and enforce API style guidelines, and work better together. Take control of your API design process, and help your team deliver APIs that developers love to use with OAS & SwaggerHub.

Standardize on OAS with SwaggerHub
Generating OAS From Code

How do you get the OpenAPI file from a fully developed API? With Swagger Inspector, you can auto-generate your definition from any API endpoint without any manual plumbing. The generation takes less than 3 clicks, and lets your development team take full advantage of a definition to generate further documentation and SDKs.

Generating OAS From Code
OAS and Swagger

You can’t talk OAS without talking Swagger. The Swagger project from SmartBear was the original foundation of the OAS, consisting of the Swagger Specification and the Swagger tools. The Swagger Community is leading the charge on building tools to fully leverage the power of the OAS across the API lifecycle. 

OAS and Swagger