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This is the installation guide and command reference for
a127, the command-line interface for Apigee 127.
Swagger 2.0 spec was created with the foresight of allowing 3rd-party vendors to implement tool specific extensions. These extensions allow customizing behaviors beyond simple API descriptions. Traditionally, such behaviors used to stay locked inside custom settings, restricting interoperability of tools and services. Using these extensions, we can not only offer extended compatibility between tools and services, but this also opens up a pathway to improve and add missing features that eventually becomede-facto standard for API descriptions. For example, extensions that allow customization of API analytics data collections e.g., how to treat rate limit exceeded, may eventually become part of official Swagger spec if the developer community decide in its favor. One widely known example of Swagger vendor extension is the Apigee a-127 extension, which allows you to generate APIs in Node.js. API Evangelist has already written a post about this concept some while ago (read it here).
The power of Swagger to accelerate API development is obvious once you read the article “A Design-First Approach to Building APIs with Swagger.” While there are a variety of tools built around Swagger for the development of APIs, testing an API can be just as important. Writing tests for a large set of endpoints takes a lot of time and thought, which is why we built Swagger Test Templates, in conjunction with Swagger Node.
The Swagger Test Templates module, through either the command line interface or programmatically, generates a robust, end-to-end testing suite for all of a developer’s API endpoints defined in their Swagger specification. This saves hours of test writing and enables the developer to quickly deploy tested, functional code.
This sample provides a simple implementation of a proxy that uses the JavaCallout policy and that implements Apigee’s JavaCallout Java API.
For a complete description of this proxy sample, see the API Proxy Cookbook topic at:
Javadoc for the Apigee JavaCallout API Java classes are included in this sample download in:
Additional code samples are provided for reference in the ‘/java/src/com/apigee’ directory. These additional samples demonstrate various blocking and non-blocking patterns you can use with JavaCallout. They are commented.
This sample proxy uses the Yahoo Weather API for a target endpoint, and maps WEOID IDs to city names on behalf of the user.
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