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Vale & The OpenAPI Specification

A tutorial on linting your OpenAPI Specification files

OpenAPI Specification files provide machine-readable (JSON or YAML) descriptions of APIs and often contain snippets of text suitable for linting.

The problem is that the target text can be hard to reach from a linting perspective. For instance, consider the following basic example:

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Weekly tips, tricks, and updates about the Vale linter and its ecosystem of software.

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Joseph Kato

Joseph Kato

An open-source software developer with interests in natural language processing, data science, and collaborative writing. More @ https://github.com/jdkato.

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