@kyleshockey/swagger-client

    3.8.22-alpha.1 • Public • Published

    Swagger Client

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    Swagger Client is a JavaScript module that allows you to fetch, resolve, and interact with Swagger/OpenAPI documents.

    New!

    This is the new version of swagger-js, 3.x. The new version supports Swagger 2.0 as well as OpenAPI 3.

    Want to learn more? Check out our FAQ.

    For the older version of swagger-js, refer to the 2.x branch.

    Note:

    The npm package is called swagger-client and the GitHub repository is swagger-js. We'll be consolidating that soon. Just giving you the heads up. You may see references to both names.

    Usage

    Prerequisites
    • Runtime:
      • browser: es5 compatible. IE11+
      • node v4.x.x
    • Building
      • node v6.x.x
    Download via npm
    npm install swagger-client
    
    Import in code
    import Swagger from 'swagger-client'
    // Or commonjs
    const Swagger = require('swagger-client')
    Import in browser
    // 
    <script src='https://unpkg.com/swagger-client/browser/index.js' type='text/javascript'></script>
    <script>
    var swaggerClient = new SwaggerClient(specUrl);
    </script> 

    API

    This lib exposes these functionalities for Swagger 2.0 and OpenAPI 3:

    • Static functions for...
      • HTTP Client
      • Document Resolver (monolithic & subtree)
      • TryItOut Executor
    • A constructor with the methods...
      • HTTP Client, for convenience
      • Document Resolver, which will use url or spec from the instance
      • TryItOut Executor, bound to the http and spec instance properties
      • Tags Interface, also bound to the instance

    HTTP Client

    Swagger.http(req) exposes a Fetch-like interface with a twist: allowing url in the request object so that it can be passed around and mutated. It extends Fetch to support request and response interceptors and performs response & header serialization. This method could be overridden to change how SwaggerJS performs HTTP requests.

    // Fetch-like, but support `url`, `query` and `xxxInterceptor`
    const request = {
      url,
      query,
      method,
      body,
      headers,
      requestInterceptor,
      responseInterceptor,
      userFetch
    }
     
    Swagger.http(request)
      .then((res) => {
        res.statusCode // status code
        res.statusText // status text, ie: "Not Found"
        res.body       // JSON object or undefined
        res.obj        // same as above, legacy
        res.text       // textual body, or Blob
        res.headers    // header hash
      })
      .catch((err) => {
        err            // instanceof Error
        err.response   // response or null
      })
     
    // Interceptors
    Swagger.http({
      requestInterceptor: (req: Request) => Request | Promise<Request>
      responseInterceptor: (res: Response) => Response | Promise<Response>
    })
     
    // Custom Fetch
    Swagger.http({
      userFetch: (url: String, options: Object) => Promise
    })
     

    Swagger Specification Resolver

    Swagger.resolve({url, spec, http}) resolves $refs (JSON-Refs) with the objects they point to.

     
    Swagger.resolve({url, spec, http}).then((resolved) => {
      resolved.errors // resolution errors, if any
      resolved.spec   // the resolved spec
    })

    This is done automatically if you use the constructor/methods

    TryItOut Executor

    An HTTP client for OAS operations, maps an operation and values into an HTTP request.

    const params = {
      spec,
     
      operationId, // Either operationId, or you can use pathName + method
      (pathName),
      (method),
     
      parameters, // _named_ parameters in an object, eg: { petId: 'abc' }
      securities, // _named_ securities, will only be added to the request, if the spec indicates it. eg: {apiKey: 'abc'}
      requestContentType,
      responseContentType,
     
      (http), // You can also override the HTTP client completely
      (userFetch), // Alternatively you can just override the fetch method (if you want to use request.js or some other HttpAgent)
    }
     
    // Creates a request object compatible with HTTP client interface.
    // If `pathName` and `method`, then those are used instead of operationId. This is useful if you're using this dynamically, as `pathName` + `method` are guarenteed to be unique.
    const res = Swagger.execute({...params})
     
    // You can also generate just the request ( without executing... )
    const req = Swagger.buildRequest({...params})

    Constructor and methods

    Resolve the spec and expose some methods that use the resolved spec:

    • Swagger(url, opts): Promise
    • Exposes tags interface (see above)
    • Exposes the static functions: execute, http, resolve and some other minor ones
    • Exposes #http, #execute and #resolve bound to the instance
    Swagger('http://petstore.swagger.io/v2/swagger.json')
      .then( client => {
          client.spec // The resolved spec
          client.originalSpec // In case you need it
          client.errors // Any resolver errors
     
          // Tags interface
          client.apis.pet.addPet({id: 1, name: "bobby"}).then(...)
     
          // TryItOut Executor, with the `spec` already provided
          client.execute({operationId: 'addPet', parameters: {id: 1, name: "bobby"}).then(...)
       })
     

    Tags Interface

    A client for operations. We're currently using the apis[tag][operationId]:ExecuteFunction interface, which can be disabled entirely using Swagger({disableInterfaces: true}) if you don't need it.

    OperationId's are meant to be unique within spec, if they're not we do the following:

    • If a tag is absent, we use default as the internal tag
    • If an operationId is missing, we deduce it from the http method and path, i.e. ${method}${path}, with non-alphanumeric characters escaped to _. See these tests (1, 2) for examples.
    • If an operationId is duplicated across all operationIds of the spec, we rename all of them with numbers after the ID to keep them unique. You should not rely on this, as the renaming is non-deterministic. See this test for an example.
    Swagger({ url: "http://petstore.swagger.io/v2/swagger.json" }).then((client) => {
        client
          .apis
          .pet // tag name == `pet`
          .addPet({ // operationId == `addPet`
            id: 1,
            body: {
              name: "bobby",
              status: "available"
            }
          })
          .then(...)
    })

    If you'd like to use the operationId formatting logic from Swagger-Client 2.x, set the v2OperationIdCompatibilityMode option:

    Swagger({
      url: "http://petstore.swagger.io/v2/swagger.json",
      v2OperationIdCompatibilityMode: true
    }).then((client) => {
      // do things as usual
    })

    OpenAPI 3.0

    OpenAPI 3.0 definitions work in a similar way with the tags interface, but you may need to provide additional data in an options object for server variables and request bodies, since these items are not actual parameters:

    Swagger({...}).then((client) => {
        client
          .apis
          .pet // tag name == `pet`
          .addPet({ // operationId == `addPet`
            id: 1
          }, {
            requestBody: {
              name: "bobby",
              status: "available"
            },
            server: "http://petstore.swagger.io/{apiPrefix}/", // this should exactly match a URL in your `servers`
            serverVariables: {
              apiPrefix: "v2"
            }
          })
          .then(...)
    })

    In Browser

    If you need activate CORS requests, just enable it by withCredentials property at http

    <html>
    <head>
    <script src='https://unpkg.com/swagger-client@3.8.21/browser/index.js' type='text/javascript'></script> 
    <script>
     
    var specUrl = 'http://petstore.swagger.io/v2/swagger.json'; // data urls are OK too 'data:application/json;base64,abc...'
    SwaggerClient.http.withCredentials = true; // this activates CORS, if necessary
     
    var swaggerClient = new SwaggerClient(specUrl)
          .then(function (swaggerClient) {
              return swaggerClient.apis.pet.addPet({id: 1, name: "bobby"}); // chaining promises
          }, function (reason) {
             console.error("failed to load the spec" + reason);
          })
          .then(function(addPetResult) {
             console.log(addPetResult.obj);
             // you may return more promises, if necessary
          }, function (reason) {
              console.error("failed on API call " + reason);
          });
    </script> 
    </head>
    <body>
      check console in browser's dev. tools
    </body>
    </html>
     

    Compatibility

    SwaggerJS has some legacy signature shapes.

    Execute

    Response shape
    // swagger-js
    {
      url,
      method,
      status,
      statusText,
      headers,
     
      data, // The textual content
      obj   // The body object
    }
     
    // New shape
    {
      url,
      method,
      status,
      statusText,
      headers, // See note below regarding headers
     
      text,    // The textual content
      body,    // The body object
    }
    Serializing Headers

    By default the instance version of #http serializes the body and headers. However, headers pose an issue when there are multiple headers with the same name. As such we've left the static version of http to not perform any serialization.

    Build

    npm install
    npm run test         # run test 
    npm run test:unit:watch   # run test with change watching 
    npm run test:lint         # run lint 
    npm run build        # package to release 
    npm run build:umd:watch    # package with non-minified dist/index.js (for debugging) 
    npm run build:bundle # build browser version available at .../browser/index.js 

    Migration from 2.x

    There has been a complete overhaul of the codebase. For notes about how to migrate coming from 2.x, please see Migration from 2.x

    Security contact

    Please disclose any security-related issues or vulnerabilities by emailing security@swagger.io, instead of using the public issue tracker.

    Graveyard

    For features known to be missing from 3.x please see the Graveyard

    Install

    npm i @kyleshockey/swagger-client

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    Version

    3.8.22-alpha.1

    License

    Apache-2.0

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