Over the weekend my latest course was published. This one tackles 2 somewhat underused features of OpenAPI: generating code from an OpenAPI specification and learning how it can help with generating API tests.
Here’s what you can expect:
Testing an API improves its reliability. Generating client-side code helps with getting started fast when building a client that consumes your API. OpenAPI can help with both. In this course, Using OpenAPI/Swagger for Testing and Code Generation in ASP.NET Core, you will gain the ability to test an API and generate code from it. First, you will learn what OpenAPI (Swagger) is. Next, you will discover how it can help with code generation. Finally, you will explore how to test your API, from manual to automated and command-line testing. When you’re finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge of .NET Core and OpenAPI needed to test your API and generate client-side code from it.
You can find the course here. Haven’t got a Pluralsight account? No worries, you can start with a free trial.