OpenAPI Editor

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Solution Description

OpenAPI editor by Remain OpenAPI Studio. A rich OpenAPI editor and a full OAS3 specs-compliant development environment. This rich OpenAPI editor enables you to create, edit, delete and update OpenAPI schemas, paths, security, servers, examples, tags, and all other components as defined by the OAS3 specs.

The OpenAPI editor by Remain OpenAPI Studio also offers, out of the box,  a mock server, API testing, schemas, and full OpenAPI files imports and exports,  source code generation for all popular languages, and frameworks for both client and server sides.

OpenAPI editor by Remain OpenAPI Studio includes built-in documentation for all parts of the OAS3/OpenAPI specs.

The visual OpenAPI editor enables you to inspect and edit your OpenAPI specification in a human-readable way. No more wading around in JSON or YAML unless you want to.

The OpenAPI editor includes the Swagger UI for integrated API testing.

Try our OpenAPI editor for free!!! 


Remain OpenAPI Studio & Test Release Features:

OpenAPI Editor v3.2.0

  • We've fixed some bugs.

OpenAPI Editor v3.1.3

  • Schema properties were randomly added to the parent schema. This has been improved to retain the insertion order.
  • Normalizing the name would not create readable text when the field's text is all capitals. Now all words are set to lowercase before normalizing.
  • When setting the 'required' property it immediately turned back to not set. This has been fixed.
  • In addition to other performance enhancements and/or bug fixes.

OpenAPI Editor v3.1.2

  • We've upgraded the code generator to support these new languages:
    • Kotlin Vert.x
    • Julia client and server
    • Python client - python-nextgen
    • Jetbrains http client
  • We've enhanced the support for over a dozen programming languages.
  • We've improved the schema properties UI to support ordering.
  • In addition to many other performance enhancements and bug fixes.

OpenAPI Editor v3.1.1

  • We've fixed some bugs.

OpenAPI Editor v3.1.0

  • We've fixed some bugs.

OpenAPI Editor v3.0.3

  • We've upgraded the source code generator CLI.
  • We've also resolved other server-side issues.

OpenAPI Editor v3.0.2

  • We've upgraded the OpenAPI JSON editor with a much better and more efficient editor.
  • We've also resolved many other client and server-side issues.

OpenAPI Editor v3.0.1

  • OpenAPI Document Validation: We've introduced the ability to validate parts of your OpenAPI document including:
    • Document Info (which is shown in the OpenAPI Studio first tab: Start)
    • Schemas & Schema Properties
    • Paths
    • Operations
    • Parameters, including global parameters
    • Request-bodies including the global ones.
    • Responses including the global responses 
  • We've added operation ID check and warn prior to operation creation to help avoid ID collisions.
  • We've added schema name check and only allow characters allowed by the specs in this matter.
  • We've enforced the OpenAPI specs in the editor's parameters UI section. Now we only show applicable styles choices per parameter location.
  • We've also resolved many other issues

OpenAPI Editor v2.1.0 

  • API testing: Existing methods update made possible.
  • Component source: Component source can now be triggered from the context menu.
  • Schema attributes view revamped. It shows now the schema format as well so that it can be edited.
  • Many more backend improvements and bug resolution.

OpenAPI Editor v2.0.3 

  • API Test: Improved.
  • OpenAPI studio installation improved.
  • Many more backend improvements and bug resolution.

OpenAPI Editor v2.0.2

  • API Test: Edit existing methods fields.
  • Global responses support: You can now define global responses and easily reuse them elsewhere in your OpenAPI document to avoid repetition and double maintenance.
  • Global callbacks support: Now, it's possible to define global callbacks and easily reuse them elsewhere in your OpenAPI document.
  • Global components deletion sync: When deleting a global component, be it a parameter, request body, or response, the user has now the choice to keep or delete references to this global component.
  • We've also implemented many backend enhancements and fixed many open issues.

OpenAPI Editor v2.0.1

  • Full-fledged Testing Capabilities
    • HTTP Request Client: with all needed input and explanatory output UI.
    • Test your whole OpenAPI requests in one go. Or pick just one request or method to test
    • Flexibility to save and organize your test cases and test suites 
  • Mock-server
    • Fully integrated and locally served auto-mock server
    • Auto-mock server that handles requests, callbacks, validates path and incoming parameters, and generates a mock response based on the definitions in your OpenAPI document
    • Run your Remain API test against the auto-mock server
  • Schema XML Representation
    • We've introduced a new tab so that you can define a schema's XML data format
  • Global Tags
    • We've introduced a new tab: Tags, where global tags can be viewed/edited. Overriding tags on the operation level has been improved.
  • Inline Schema Attributes
    • It's possible now to view/edit an inline schema in the Attributes view.
  • Documentations & Configurations Generation
    • Documentations and configurations can now be generated from your OAS3 document.
  • View Docs In Browser
    • The generated docs can also be served and viewed in the browser for ease of use.
  • Component Source Code
    • For more development focus, it's now possible to select one component (e.g., schema, path, operation, security scheme, tag, or server) and view its source code in the component source view. You can also toggle between Yaml and JSON by using the local menu.
  • Schema Required Properties
    • You can now view/edit the required properties of a schema.
  • Schema Attributes
    • The attributes tab has been polished. Now, it shows only relevant fields to the selected schema. Additionally, we've added the enum and example fields.
  • Parameter Style And Explode Fields
    • We've added support for the parameter style and explode fields.
  • Attributes View Revamp
    • We've extended the Schema Attributes view with these three tabs: Properties, Additional Properties, XML, and Discriminator tabs so that you can view/edit an inline schema and drill down schema properties.
  • Parameter Content-type
    • We now support parameter content type definitions for more granular parameter type control.
  • Schema Example Generation
    • You can let our OpenAPI studio generate a precise mock example for your schema with one click.
  • Web OpenAPI Editor
    • We're offering a web OpenAPI editor. We've augmented and integrated the Swagger web editor. You can now edit your OpenAPI document from this locally served web editor as well, using your favorite web theme and save your changes back.
  • JSON from/to Yaml
    • With one click, you can now convert your document format between JSON and Yaml without affecting your current document as a new one with the same name and a  different extension (.json/.yaml) will be generated for you.
  • External Schema Reference
    • In addition to the current internal schema referencing (schemas in the same document), you can now refer to an external schema, be it on the same file system or remote on another server. A referenced schema data is automatically fetched and shown (currently read-only mode) in views as if it's an internal schema.
  • Response Headers
    • We've added support for response headers.
  • Schema Discriminator
    • We've added support for the schema discriminator object and mappings.
  • We've also implemented many backend enhancements and fixed many open issues


OpenAPI Editor v1.0.11


Additional Details

Eclipse Versions: 2023-06 (4.28), 2023-03 (4.27), 2022-12 (4.26), 2022-09 (4.25), 2022-06 (4.24), 2022-03 (4.23), 2021-12 (4.22), 2021-09 (4.21), 2021-06 (4.20), 2021-03 (4.19), 2020-12 (4.18), 2020-09 (4.17), 2020-06 (4.16), 2020-03 (4.15), 2019-12 (4.14), 2019-09 (4.13), 2019-06 (4.12), 2019-03 (4.11), 2018-12 (4.10), 2018-09 (4.9), Photon (4.8), Oxygen (4.7), Neon (4.6), 2023-09 (4.29), 2023-12 (4.30), 2024-03 (4.31), 2024-06 (4.32)

Platform Support: Windows, Mac, Linux/GTK

Organization Name: Remain Software

Development Status: Production/Stable

Date Created: Friday, March 22, 2019 - 10:56

License: Commercial - Free

Date Updated: Friday, October 6, 2023 - 10:51

Submitted by: Wim Jongman

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