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package guru.springframework.config; import org.springframework.context.annotation. Bean; import org.springframework.context.annotation. Configuration; import springfox.documentation.builders. Request Handler Selectors; import springfox.documentation.service. The Swagger 2-generated documentation now looks similar to this: At this point, if you click the product controller link, Swagger UI will display the documentation of our operation endpoints, like this: We can use the . GET,produces = "application/json") public Iterable list(Model model) .

Previously, in The Architecture of Open Source Applications, I described Social Calc, an in-browser spreadsheet system that replaced the server-centric Wiki Calc architecture.

This gave API developers an XML-based contract, which defined the API.

However, with RESTFul web services, there is no WSDL. API documentation should be structured so that it’s informative, succinct, and easy to read.

For our application, we will create a Docket bean in a Spring Boot configuration to configure Swagger 2 for the application. Swagger 2 also supports Swagger definition through JSON and YAML files.

A Springfox Docket instance provides the primary API configuration with sensible defaults and convenience methods for configuration. It is something you should try if you want to avoid implementation-specific code in your codebase by externalizing them in JSON and YAML files — something that I will cover in a future post.

So far, we’ve been looking at Swagger documentation as it comes out of the box — but Swagger 2 has some great customization options. Documentation Type; import springfox.documentation.plugins. Docket; import springfox.documentation.swagger2.annotations. Enable Swagger2; import static springfox.documentation.builders. Path Selectors.regex; @Configuration @Enable Swagger2 public class Swagger Config object initialized with information about our API. GET, produces = "application/json") public Iterable list(Model model) . .package guru.springframework.controllers; import guru.springframework.domain.

Let’s start customizing Swagger by providing information about our API in the Swagger Config class like this. Line 23 initializes the Docket with the new information. @Api Operation(value = "View a list of available products", response = Iterable.class) @Request Mapping(value = "/list", method= Request Method.

Your clients will need to know how to interact with your API.

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