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At DocuGenerate, we believe in transparency and empowering our users to integrate seamlessly with our platform. That’s why we provide access to our OpenAPI Specification (formerly known as Swagger Specification) for our API.

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What is the OpenAPI Specification?

The OpenAPI Specification is an industry-standard format for describing RESTful APIs. It defines the endpoints, request/response formats, authentication methods, and other details necessary for interacting with an API. In essence, it serves as a blueprint for developers to understand and integrate with an API efficiently.

How to Access DocuGenerate’s OpenAPI Specification

You can download DocuGenerate’s OpenAPI Specification JSON file from the following link: Download OpenAPI Specification

Why is it Useful?

Access to the OpenAPI Specification offers several benefits:

  1. Clear Documentation: The specification provides a clear and concise overview of our API endpoints and functionalities, making it easier for developers to understand how to interact with DocuGenerate programmatically.

  2. Consistency: By following the OpenAPI Specification, we ensure consistency in our API design, making it easier for developers to predict how different endpoints behave and streamline the integration process.

  3. Code Generation: Developers can use tools like OpenAPI Generator to automatically generate client libraries for various programming languages (e.g., Node.js, PHP, Python, TypeScript) based on the provided specification. This significantly accelerates the development process by eliminating the need to write boilerplate code manually.

Using OpenAPI Generator

Once you have obtained the OpenAPI Specification JSON file, you can leverage tools like OpenAPI Generator to generate client libraries tailored to your preferred programming language. Here’s how you can get started:

  1. Install OpenAPI Generator: Follow the installation instructions provided in the OpenAPI Generator GitHub repository.

  2. Generate Client Code: Use the downloaded OpenAPI Specification JSON file as input to OpenAPI Generator. Specify your desired programming language and output directory to generate the client library.

  3. Integrate with DocuGenerate: Incorporate the generated client library into your application to interact with DocuGenerate’s API seamlessly.

By leveraging the power of the OpenAPI Specification and tools like OpenAPI Generator, you can streamline the integration process and unlock the full potential of DocuGenerate’s capabilities.