Category: OpenAPI

How API Schemas Are Making Connectors Obsolete

Specifications like OpenAPI are providing a solution to outdated connector issues by providing the option to create machine-generated integration services

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7 API Standards Bodies To Get Involved With

You may be familiar with API specifications like OpenAPI or AsyncAPI, but who are the groups maintaining these standards? And,

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Open Source vs. Open Core vs. Open Standard: What’s the Difference?

Open source, open core, and open standard all involve some kind of intellectual property that is at least partially distributed

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AsyncAPI vs OpenAPI: What’s The Difference?

The world of APIs is often one of competing standards, interests, and solutions. While we tend to talk about the

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Why You Should Auto-Generate API Client Libraries

Client libraries are one of few ways to dramatically improve Developer Experience (DX) for your APIs. However, with all the

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Auto-Generating a CLI From OpenAPI Specification

As we’ve described many times before, the OpenAPI Specification is a powerful solution for API agility and extensibility. Overseen by

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How to Mock Web Services During Development

Development does not occur in isolation – it is an active, interconnected process. Because of this, one of the most

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