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How to add OpenAPI Spec to A Python Sanic web application

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The OpenAPI Specification (OAS) defines a standard that allows the discovery of service by humans and computers without requiring access to the source code or documentation or the traffic patterns. The ultimate goal of the specification is to make interaction with the service convenient with minimal code. An advantage of the…




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