Swagger Parser

Swagger 2.0 and OpenAPI 3.0 parser/validator

Swagger 2.0 and OpenAPI 3.0 parser/validator

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OS and Browser Compatibility

Online Demo

Features

Example

SwaggerParser.validate(myAPI, (err, api) => {
  if (err) {
    console.error(err);
  }
  else {
    console.log("API name: %s, Version: %s", api.info.title, api.info.version);
  }
});

Or use async/await or Promise syntax instead. The following example is the same as above:

try {
  let api = await SwaggerParser.validate(myAPI);
  console.log("API name: %s, Version: %s", api.info.title, api.info.version);
}
catch(err) {
  console.error(err);
}

For more detailed examples, please see the API Documentation

Installation

Install using npm:

npm install @apidevtools/swagger-parser

Usage

When using Swagger Parser in Node.js apps, you’ll probably want to use CommonJS syntax:

const SwaggerParser = require("@apidevtools/swagger-parser");

When using a transpiler such as Babel or TypeScript, or a bundler such as Webpack or Rollup, you can use ECMAScript modules syntax instead:

import SwaggerParser from "@apidevtools/swagger-parser";

Browser support

Swagger Parser supports recent versions of every major web browser. Older browsers may require Babel and/or polyfills.

To use Swagger Parser in a browser, you’ll need to use a bundling tool such as Webpack, Rollup, Parcel, or Browserify. Some bundlers may require a bit of configuration, such as setting browser: true in rollup-plugin-resolve.

API Documentation

Full API documentation is available right here

Contributing

I welcome any contributions, enhancements, and bug-fixes. Open an issue on GitHub and submit a pull request.

Building/Testing

To build/test the project locally on your computer:

  1. Clone this repo
    git clone https://github.com/APIDevTools/swagger-parser.git

  2. Install dependencies
    npm install

  3. Run the build script
    npm run build

  4. Run the tests
    npm test

License

Swagger Parser is 100% free and open-source, under the MIT license. Use it however you want.

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