Using Spectral to style/lint check your OpenAPI specs is great! This post has examples of customising the ruleset, disabling rules, and writing your own custom style checking functions. Continue reading
I've been writing a bit about OpenAPI lately and I realised that I didn't share how I'm creating local, test versions of production APIs to work with while I develop new client code or test SDK features. The recipe is … Continue reading
At GOTO Copenhagen, my crowd was full of various luminaries from all sorts of different tech communities. I really loved showing off OpenAPI, how to create your API description and what you can do with it when you have! View … Continue reading
A guest appearance on the APIs you won't hate blog! https://apisyouwonthate.com/blog/openapi-callbacks-and-webhooks I've been working hard to get webhooks added to the existing callbacks support and this is now slated for OpenAPI version 3.1
Having OpenAPI descriptions available is a good indicator of the modern practices of your favourite API provider. At Nexmo we have them for all our APIs and I'm constantly impressed at what you can use them for! Here's a quick … Continue reading
I collaborated with DZone on this excellent API trend report. I'm proud of my contribution but found the rest of the report really informative reading too! https://dzone.com/trendreports/api-management-seamless-experiences-of-connected-s
My ideas around API design are always growing and changing, but I've definitely gone from API-first, to Docs-first, to now Spec-first when I work with APIs. I took the opportunity to cover some of the design choices for starting a … Continue reading
OK so it had a more strongly-worded title but that was not my idea :) I loved having a quick run through my favourite tools for the PHP[TEK] audience! View API Tools You Should be Using on Notist.