OpenAPI Swagger Specification for Software Developers

A guide to learning OpenAPI (Swagger) Specification for highly productive API design, documentation, development, & test
OpenAPI Swagger Specification for Software Developers
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1013.63 MB
Total length :
2h 50m

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Praveenkumar Bouna

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Last update

5/2023

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4.2/5

OpenAPI Swagger Specification for Software Developers

What you’ll learn

Overview of OpenAPI and its benefits. You will learn about OpenAPI from the scratch. You will know why you need to use OpenAPI.
Understand the structure of the OpenAPI Specification. You will grasp the structure and become an expert in Swagger or OpenAPI document.
Create an OpenAPI document step-by-step. You will learn to create a new OpenAPI specification from the scratch.
Many Downloadable PDFs: OpenAPI Structure mind map, OpenAPI Quick Guide, HTTP Status Codes Cheat Sheet, complete OpenAPI Specification document.
Difference between Swagger and OpenAPI. You will a clear picture of both and will never get confused with these two terms.
Practice assignments to apply your learnings from this course. You will feel comfortable starting working on real-life projects.

OpenAPI Swagger Specification for Software Developers

Requirements

Basic knowledge of RESTful web services to understand the different components of an HTTP request.
Basic knowledge of JSON will be helpful.

Description

Enrolled Students Feedback:”Awesome course!! Concepts are well explained for beginners” — Asamoah Emmanuel”This is an exciting course with a clear target of teaching how to document an API based on OpenAPI architecture. Focused on learning by doing and providing great insights on elements to consider while building an API under OpenAPI protocol. Good to attend to this one :)” — Sergio Hidalgo”Clear discussion with solidly backed recommendations.” — James Smith.”So far, so good. Excellent approach, and Praveen is obvious, precise, and the content is easy to follow.” —John Anderson.”Lessons are short and to the point. The course is well laid out and easy to follow.” — Riaan du Toit.”Clear instructions and the videos are short and to the point. Thanks.” — Sujitha Palanivel.Course Update History:Jun 2022: NEW! PDF Download – Mindmap of OpenAPI 3.0.3 Structure Jan 2022: NEW! Added practice activities for the Path section.Nov 2021: NEW! Added practice activities to apply your learnings. Jul 2021: NEW! Added assignment solutions for the ‘Working with Students’ section (30mins)Jan 2021: NEW! PDF DOWNLOAD – HTTP Status Code Quick Guide Dec 2020: NEW! PDF DOWNLOAD – 22-page OpenAPI Quick GuideOpenAPI Specification or Swagger Specification is the most popular specification to define RESTful APIs. The usage of OpenAPI to document the API endpoints has increased in the development environment. Companies such as Postman, Google, Microsoft, and Oracle are members of OpenAPI. This course will teach you to build an OpenAPI specification from scratch.My name is Praveen, and I am your instructor for this course! I had worked for about ten years in Honeywell, wherein I’d transitioned from Software Engineer to Senior Software Engineer, Tech Lead, and so on in C# .NET development. For the last six years, I’ve worked in the security domain for an access control product based on .NET technology. Moreover, I’ve published 15+ courses on various .NET technologies.Topics Covered In This CourseOverview of OpenAPI and its benefits. You will learn about OpenAPI from scratch without any prior knowledge about it. Understand the structure of the OpenAPI Specification. You will grasp its form and become an expert in understanding any Swagger or OpenAPI document.Create an OpenAPI document step-by-step. You will learn to create a new OpenAPI specification from scratch.Many downloadable PDFs, including:OpenAPI Structure mindmapOpenAPI Quick GuideHTTP Status Codes Cheat SheetOpenAPI Specification document used in this course, and so on.Difference between Swagger and OpenAPI. You will have a clear picture of both and will never get confused with these two terms.Practice assignments to apply your learning to grasp all the concepts you learned in this course. You will feel very comfortable starting work on real-life projects.This course provides about three hours of content along with practice activities. To help you better, it follows a step-by-step approach to building an OpenAPI Specification from scratch.At The End Of This CourseYou will know the structure of an OpenAPI Specification and the steps to create one from scratch.You will be able to understand any OpenAPI Specification document.Who Is This Course For?Developers, beginner or experienced, who work with APIs. You may be consuming APIs or implementing your web services. PrerequisiteBasic knowledge of RESTful web services to understand the different components of an HTTP request.Basic knowledge of JSON will be helpful.This course will provide significant knowledge of building an OpenAPI for your next RESTful API-related project. You will surely use the building concepts easily by following a step-by-step approach. You will be confident to create a new OpenAPI Specification with ease instantly.Enroll now to get started.What Do You Get When You Enroll In This Course?Lifetime access to the course and all future updates to the course contentPersonalized support and answers to your questionsCertificate of completion30-Day 100% money-back guarantee

Overview

Section 1: Course Introduction

Lecture 1 Welcome & About This Course

Lecture 2 DOWNLOAD: OpenAPI Specification Quick Guide

Lecture 3 DOWNLOAD: OpenAPI Specification Mindmap

Lecture 4 DOWNLOAD: OpenAPI Specification for CMS

Lecture 5 Join the Official Coding Masters Group

Lecture 6 Recommended OpenAPI Tools

Lecture 7 Student’s FAQs

Section 2: Getting Started with OpenAPI

Lecture 8 History of OpenAPI

Lecture 9 Overview of OpenAPI

Lecture 10 Swagger vs OpenAPI

Lecture 11 Design-first vs Code-first

Lecture 12 YAML vs JSON

Lecture 13 Overview of the Demo Project

Section 3: Building an OpenAPI Specification

Lecture 14 DOWNLOAD: OpenAPI 3.0.3 Structure Mindmap

Lecture 15 Step 1: Add the OpenAPI Version

Lecture 16 Step 2: Add Metadata

Lecture 17 Step 3: Add Additional References

Lecture 18 Step 4: Add Server Details

Lecture 19 Step 5: Add Tags to Group API Operations

Lecture 20 Step 6: Add Paths (Part 1: Path Details)

Lecture 21 Step 6: Add Paths (Part 2: Operations)

Lecture 22 Data Types in OpenAPI

Lecture 23 Step 6: Add Paths (Part 3: Parameters)

Lecture 24 Overview of HTTP Status Codes

Lecture 25 DOWNLOAD: HTTP Status Codes Cheat Sheet

Lecture 26 Step 6: Add Paths (Part 4: Responses)

Lecture 27 Step 6: Add Paths (Part 5: Request Body)

Lecture 28 Step 7: Add Components (Part 1: Components Object)

Lecture 29 Step 7: Add Components (Part 2: Schema)

Lecture 30 Step 7: Add Components (Part 3: Response)

Lecture 31 DELETE: Deleting a course

Lecture 32 Step 8: Add Security

Lecture 33 GET: Getting Students of a Course

Lecture 34 POST: Adding Students for a Course

Section 4: Working with Students

Lecture 35 Introduction

Lecture 36 Assignment 1 – GET: Getting all Students

Lecture 37 GET: Getting all Students

Lecture 38 Assignment 2 – POST: Adding a new Student

Lecture 39 POST: Adding a new Student

Lecture 40 Assignment 3 – GET: Getting a Student’s details

Lecture 41 GET: Getting a Student’s details

Lecture 42 Assignment 4 – PUT: Updating a Student’s details

Lecture 43 PUT: Updating a Student’s details

Lecture 44 Assignment 5 – DELETE: Deleting a Student

Lecture 45 DELETE: Deleting a Student

Section 5: Course Conclusion

Lecture 46 Bonus Lecture

Developers, beginner or experienced, who work with web APIs. You can be consuming web APIs or implementing your own web services. This course will provide you with a strong foundation on understanding and using OpenAPI Specification standards.

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Udemy | English | 2h 50m | 1013.63 MB
Created by: Praveenkumar Bouna

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