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End to End Restful API development using OpenAPI Specification

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With the increasing number of adoption towards service-oriented architecture and for better integrations with external systems, it became a necessity to write Restful APIs for our services. While building so we might often find several challenges such as,

  • Standard & Consistent API design
  • Better documentation

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Ramesh Lingappan

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Senior Staff Software Engineer @payconiq | rameshl.com

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