According to the vendor, whether it’s push generating an API’s design and code to source control hosts, deploying the API to API Management platforms, or triggering a Jenkins build,...
- API versioning (6)9.696%
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Entry-level set up fee?
- No setup fee
- Free Trial
- Free/Freemium Version
- Premium Consulting / Integration Services
Starting price (does not include set up fee)
- $75 per month per user
- Tech Details
According to the vendor, whether it’s push generating an API’s design and code to source control hosts, deploying the API to API Management platforms, or triggering a Jenkins build, SwaggerHub boasts a host of easy-to-use integrations.
Design APIs in an editor that is built for speed and efficiency, without any loss in design consistency.
Work across teams, and collaborate without errors, on one platform designed to give developers the freedom they want and architects the visibility they need.
SwaggerHub is engineered to give organizations and teams the best possible experience for maintaining and scaling their API development, from design to deployment.
Make APIs easy to use for internal and external users, with SwaggerHub's auto-generated API documentation.
- Supported: API access control
- Supported: API user onboarding
- Supported: API versioning
|Deployment Types||On-premise, Software as a Service (SaaS), Cloud, or Web-Based|
|Operating Systems||Windows, Mac|
- Designing APIs
- Documenting APIs
- Helps all devs stay up to date
- I have been told that the models take quite some time to build out
- Would love to see some more capability on import, as far as adding variables into endpoints
- It is easy to share or use together for a collaborative team project.
- Make better for the organization when it comes to documentation of API.
- User-friendly to understand for non-developer to their needs.
- The user interface could be more improved to sustain with other similar tools in the market.
- Beneficial if we have better integration with third party softwares.
- Nice to have ability to download the documentation in usable formats.
- The UI & easy of integration with Bitbucket & other repositories.
- It is easy to document your API using Swagger 2.0 or Open API specification.
- You can use the "Try It Out" button and invoke API, authenticate and execute the APIs.
- It also has ways to integrate AWS API gateway, Bitbucket, Github & other tools.
- Helps streamline the development especially sharing APIs across multiple departments & developers.
- Treating the design as documentation ensures that we have consistent and well defined APIs
- API consumers can export the swagger definition or code stubs to use within their development environment
- We can iterate through multiple versions of a definition privately before making a version publicly available
- Under the Swagger 2.0 standards you can only provide one example for each endpoint. A complex /search endpoint is a great use case for having multiple examples.
- Not able to define events that will be created or consumed by an API.
- Helps in defining the API contracts by simple YAML file definitions
- REST service/API documentation is hassle free
- Auto-generated code capability helps in reducing the efforts to define clients
- Swagger Editor can be bit more user friendly by providing the means to persist different projects as part of user profiles
- Swagger UI's testing capability or means to test APIs can be improved
- Swagger UI clients can be added as part of Spring ecosystem
- We can make comprehensive documentation of our API.
- Easy to share or use together for a collaborative project.
- Start at a fairly reasonable price.
- Would be good to have better integration with third-party software e.g. AWS Lambda, Postman, etc. for automatic testing.
- I would like to see the documentation to be able to convert to another format e.g. MD file, wiki pages, etc.
- We are using RESTful APIs from SOAP, so would be good if we could transform SOAP designed API to RESTful API.