SwaggerHub is the best tool to manage your APIs
April 17, 2019

SwaggerHub is the best tool to manage your APIs

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 7 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with SwaggerHub

We use SwaggerHub to design API endpoint and documentation for our microservices architecture system. It's working really great for us to be able to collaborate more easily on developing API in our team. It also can test our API endpoint which makes an integration test easier when we deploy changes to the API.
  • 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.
  • Faster API development lifecycle.
  • Reduced discussion time when building a new vital API endpoint.
  • Complete documentation which makes the new team member onboarding process easier.
SwaggerHub is the best for what it can do in terms of API management and monitoring, compared to Postman, which is more like tools for everything (testing, monitoring, mock request, etc.). If you are overwhelmed with the number of API endpoints that you have and are finding it hard to document and manage its lifecycle with your team, SwaggerHub is the best choice for you.
If you have a huge amount of API endpoint and a lot of team members, SwaggerHub will be really good for you and your team. Communication about changes will be much easier and everyone will comply with the changes without any further communication just by reading the documentation. If you are just starting to make an API based application on your own, you might not need it since it could be overkill.

SwaggerHub Feature Ratings

API access control
Rate limits and usage policies
API usage data
API user onboarding
API versioning
Usage billing and payments
API monitoring and logging