OpenAPI Specification & Swagger Tools - Zero To Master
What you'll learn
- Designing APIs with OpenAPI Specifications and Swagger Tools
- Describing APIs details using OpenAPI Specifications
- History of OpenAPI & Swagger. Relation between them
- Details about Swagger tools like Swagger Editor, Swagger UI, Swagger Inspector, Swagger Hub etc.
- How to get started with OpenAPI in code first & Design first scenarios
- How to write a valid OpenAPI yaml document
- Writing re-usable content inside OpenAPI with components
- Data types supported by OpenAPI & their details
- Inheritance & polymorphism inside OpenAPI
- How to describe APIs security inside OpenAPI
- How to mock APIs with OpenAPI specification
- How to generate client code & server stubs using OpenAPI
- Deploying & Hosting OpenAPI along with Swagger UI
- Basic knowledge on APIs
'OpenAPI Specification & Swagger Tools - Zero To Master' course will help in understanding about Open API Specification and how to describe, document APIs using it. By the end of this course, students will understand all the below topics,
1) Designing APIs with OpenAPI Specifications and Swagger Tools
2) Describing, Documenting APIs details using OpenAPI Specifications
3) History of OpenAPI & Swagger and relation between them
4) Details about Swagger tools like Swagger Editor, Swagger UI, Swagger Inspector, Swagger Hub, Swagger Codegen etc.
5) How to get started with OpenAPI in code first & Design first scenarios
6) How to write a valid OpenAPI document using YAML syntax
7) Writing re-usable content inside Open API specification with components
8) Data types supported by Open API specification & their details
9) Inheritance & polymorphism inside OpenAPI with keywords oneOf, anyOf, allOf and not
10 ) How to describe APIs security inside Open API specification
11) How to mock APIs with Open API specification & Prism mock server
12) How to generate client code & server stubs using OpenAPI for various popular programming languages & frameworks
13) Deploying & Hosting Open API specification inside a GitHub page along with Swagger UI
14) Providing examples data for the APIs inside Open API specification
15) Advantages of using Open API specification
16) Providing better documentation using CommonMark syntax inside Open API specification
Who this course is for:
- API Developers, Testers, Business Analysts, Architects, DevOps team members
The target of the Eazy Bytes is to educate Students, Developers and Architects on designing and implementing web applications focusing modularity, scalability, security and performance by using Java, Angular, Spring, JPA, Hibernate, Microservices, SpringBoot and Cloud.
As the name indicates the knowledge sharing will be in byte sized which can be easily understand by anyone who spends quality time during the trainings.
Madan Reddy is the founder of eazybytes, who boasts over 13 years of experience creating and distributing enterprise web applications using Java, Spring, SpringBoot, Microservices, Angular, React JS & Cloud. He is consistently enthusiastic about staying current and imparting his knowledge with others. With his remarkable talent for simplifying complex concepts, he has been able to instruct novice software developers for many years, and has recently extended his knowledge to Udemy, where he has created top-rated courses. Through his teachings on Udemy, he intends to impart the knowledge he has acquired to other software engineers and college students.