The Ultimate Swagger Tools Course Build OpenAPI with Ease
What you’ll learn
Learn Swagger Tools that includes Swagger Editor, Swagger UI, Swagger Codegen, Swagger Inspector, and SwaggerHub for simpler API management.
Design API using Swagger Editor and Swagger UI to create an OpenAPI Specification from scratch.
Use Swagger Codegen to generate server code stub as well as client SDK code to give you a ready-made code to start coding right away.
Understand Swagger Inspector to test APIs with ease without leaving the Swagger ecosystem.
Collaborate using SwaggerHub with team members to manage the API with ease.
Publish APIs in the SwaggerHub community including steps to unpublish API, fork API, and delete API.
Analyze the usage of Swagger Tools to build an OpenAPI Specification through various stages with step-by-step instructions.
Understand the best practices for Swagger Tools usage.
Quizzes and assignments to validate your learning.
Lots of demos showing how to use Swagger Tools with clear instructions.
Basic knowledge of designing RESTful APIs is expected. If interested, check out my Designing API course under my profile.
Basic knowledge of creating OpenAPI Specification is expected. If interested, check out my OpenAPI Specification course under my profile.
To complete the interactive elements of the course including coding challenges and exercises, you’ll need a laptop/desktop with an internet connection.
“This is a Good description for starting an API project. A summary of various tools is a good way to start this journey.” -Ram Gadiraju.”Good one, To know about SwaggerHub in a very short time instead of doing the research yourself over the internet.” – Pavan Kumar Nagineni”Even though I am a QA tester and was initially interested in only knowing how to test APIs, the lectures so far have made it easy for me actually to understand APIs better.” – Judith Elemo.Course update history:Sep 2022: NEW! Added assignment for Swagger Codegen.Jun 2022: NEW! PDF Download – Mindmap of OpenAPI 3.0.3 Structure.Jan 2022: NEW! Added new downloadable resource – OpenAPI Specification for CMS.yaml.Jul 2021: NEW! Added practice activities for the SwaggerHub, Swagger Editor, and Swagger UI.Dec 2020: Initial versionSwagger is one of the most popular tools used in API development. The usage of Swagger has increased among API developers in the recent past. Companies like Microsoft, Alibaba, and National Geographic use Swagger to release OpenAPI-based products faster. You will be learning these Swagger Tool concepts to build API from scratch in this course.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 five years, I’ve worked in the security domain for an access control product based on .NET technology. Moreover, I’ve published about ten courses on Udemy and taught over 24,000 students on various .NET technologies.Topics Covered In This CourseUnderstand Swagger Tools and its types, including SwaggerHub.Master Swagger Editor and Swagger UI for creating OpenAPI Specification documents.Use Swagger Codegen for server stub and client SDK code generation.Publish APIs in the SwaggerHub community.Collaborate using SwaggerHub with team members.Build a new OpenAPI Specification through Swagger Tools for a case study through step-by-step instructions.Know Swagger Inspector to test APIs with ease.Understand the best practices for SwaggerHub usage.More Reasons To Take This CourseSwagger Tools are the 1st choice among API developers while working with OpenAPIs.RESTful APIs are currently the most popular way to communicate across different systems.Get ahead of the curve and learn to work with the OpenAPI (Swagger) standards.The skills you learn from this course will be relevant in the future and aid in developing APIs with ease. The software industry is only going to grow bigger!Microsoft and Alibaba use Swagger to deliver their products faster and remain the top leader in their respective segment. This course provides around 4 hours of content along with practice activities. To help you better, it follows a step-by-step approach to working with an OpenAPI project from scratch.At The End Of This CourseYou will know to use all Swagger tools, namely Swagger Editor, Swagger UI, Swagger Codegen, Swagger Inspector, and SwaggerHub.You can document, generate server and client code, test the generated codes, and collaborate with team members for any OpenAPI Specification.Who Is This Course For?Web Developers who work with APIs by either consuming or exposing APIs. You may be working with internal teams or external 3rd party teams.Software Engineers who work with OpenAPI Specification.Technical Leads need to guide their team in embracing API within their product.Software Architects who design the system around API with the benefits offered by OpenAPI and Swagger Tools.PrerequisiteBasic knowledge of designing RESTful API is expected. This will help you to build an API using Swagger Tools. To learn more, you may check out my Designing API course under my profile.Basic knowledge of creating OpenAPI specifications is expected. In this course, you will build an OpenAPI Specification and work with it using Swagger Tools. This course will provide significant knowledge on understanding and using Swagger tools. You will be sure to switch to Swagger after using other API tools. You will be confident to instantly apply Swagger Tools tips covered in the course in your next OpenAPI project.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 questionsUdemy certificate of completion30-Day 100% money-back guarantee
Section 1: Course Introduction
Lecture 1 Welcome & About This Course
Lecture 2 Join the Official Coding Masters Group
Lecture 3 DOWNLOAD: OpenAPI Specification for CMS
Section 2: Getting Started with Swagger Tools
Lecture 4 Introduction
Lecture 5 Swagger vs OpenAPI
Lecture 6 Overview of Swagger Tools
Lecture 7 Design-first vs Code-first
Lecture 8 Overview of the Demo Project
Lecture 9 Conclusion
Section 3: SwaggerHub – An Overview
Lecture 10 Introduction
Lecture 11 Step 1: Creating SwaggerHub Account
Lecture 12 Step 2: Understanding Hierarchy Structure
Lecture 13 Step 3: Importing an Existing API
Lecture 14 Step 4: Navigating SwaggerHub
Lecture 15 Step 5: Creating a New API
Lecture 16 ACTIVITY: Public APIs in SwaggerHub
Lecture 17 ACTIVITY: SwaggerHub Plans & Features
Lecture 18 Conclusion
Section 4: Swagger Editor & Swagger UI – Creating New API
Lecture 19 Introduction
Lecture 20 DOWNLOAD: OpenAPI 3.0.3 Structure Mindmap
Lecture 21 Step 1: Add the OpenAPI Version
Lecture 22 Step 2: Add Metadata
Lecture 23 Step 3: Add Additional References
Lecture 24 Step 4: Add Server Details
Lecture 25 Step 5: Add Tags to Group API Operations
Lecture 26 Step 6: Add Paths (Part 1: Path Details)
Lecture 27 Step 6: Add Paths (Part 2: Operations)
Lecture 28 Step 6: Add Paths (Part 3: Parameters)
Lecture 29 Step 6: Add Paths (Part 4: Responses)
Lecture 30 Step 6: Add Paths (Part 5: Request Body)
Lecture 31 Step 7: Add Components
Lecture 32 Step 8: Add Security
Lecture 33 ACTIVITY: Assignment 1
Lecture 34 Assignment 1 Solution: Adding Operations for Individual Course Item
Lecture 35 ACTIVITY: Swagger Editor and Swagger UI on GitHub
Lecture 36 Conclusion
Section 5: Managing the APIs
Lecture 37 Introduction
Lecture 38 Forking an API
Lecture 39 Publishing an API
Lecture 40 Versioning an API
Lecture 41 Deleting an API
Lecture 42 Mocking API
Lecture 43 ACTIVITY: Assignment 1
Lecture 44 Conclusion
Section 6: Swagger Codegen – Generating Server Stub
Lecture 45 Introduction
Lecture 46 Overview of Swagger Codegen
Lecture 47 Step 1: Setting the Server Codegen Options
Lecture 48 Step 2: Generating the Server Stub Code
Lecture 49 Step 3: Building the Generated Codes
Lecture 50 Step 4: Testing the Server Stub
Lecture 51 ACTIVITY: Assignment 1
Lecture 52 Conclusion
Section 7: Swagger Inspector: Testing API Server
Lecture 53 Introduction
Lecture 54 Step 1: Import the OpenAPI Specification
Lecture 55 Step 2: Preparing an Operation for Execution
Lecture 56 Step 3: Executing the Operation
Lecture 57 Step 4: Creating API Definition
Lecture 58 Conclusion
Section 8: Swagger Codegen – Generating Client SDK
Lecture 59 Introduction
Lecture 60 Step 1: Setting the Client Codegen Options
Lecture 61 Step 2: Generating the Client SDK Code
Lecture 62 Step 3: Building the Generated Codes
Lecture 63 Conclusion
Section 9: SwaggerHub – Collaborating with Others
Lecture 64 Introduction
Lecture 65 Overview of SwaggerHub Hierarchy
Lecture 66 Step 1: Creating a New Organization
Lecture 67 Step 2: Creating a New Project
Lecture 68 Step 3: Creating a New Team
Lecture 69 Step 4: Creating APIs and Domains
Lecture 70 Step 5: Collaborating with Team Members
Lecture 71 Conclusion
Section 10: Course Conclusion
Lecture 72 Bonus Lecture
Web Developers who work with APIs by either consuming or exposing APIs. You may be working with internal teams or external 3rd party teams.,Software Engineers who work with OpenAPI Specification.,Technical Leads who need to guide their team for embracing API within their product.,Software Architects who design the system around API with the benefits offered by OpenAPI and Swagger Tools.
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Created by: Praveenkumar Bouna