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OpenAPI Specification Schemas

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This package contains the official JSON Schemas for every version of Swagger/OpenAPI Specification:

Version Schema Docs
Swagger 1.2 v1.2 schema v1.2 docs
Swagger 2.0 v2.0 schema v2.0 docs
OpenAPI 3.0.x v3.0.x schema v3.0.3 docs
OpenAPI 3.1.x v3.1.x schema v3.1.0 docs

All schemas are kept up-to-date with the latest official definitions via an automated CI/CD job. 🤖📦

Installation

You can install OpenAPI Schemas via npm.

npm install @apidevtools/openapi-schemas

Usage

The default export contains all OpenAPI Specification versions:

const openapi = require("@apidevtools/openapi-schemas");

console.log(openapi.v1);    // { $schema, id, properties, definitions, ... }
console.log(openapi.v2);    // { $schema, id, properties, definitions, ... }
console.log(openapi.v3);    // { $schema, id, properties, definitions, ... }
console.log(openapi.v31);    // { $schema, id, properties, definitions, ... }

Or you can import the specific version(s) that you need:

const { openapiV1, openapiV2, openapiV3, openapiV31 } = require("@apidevtools/openapi-schemas");

console.log(openapiV1);    // { $schema, id, properties, definitions, ... }
console.log(openapiV2);    // { $schema, id, properties, definitions, ... }
console.log(openapiV3);    // { $schema, id, properties, definitions, ... }
console.log(openapiV31);    // { $schema, id, properties, definitions, ... }

You can use a JSON Schema validator such as Z-Schema or AJV to validate OpenAPI definitions against the specification.

const { openapiV31 } = require("@apidevtools/openapi-schemas");
const ZSchema = require("z-schema");

// Create a ZSchema validator
let validator = new ZSchema();

// Validate an OpenAPI definition against the OpenAPI v3.0 specification
validator.validate(openapiDefinition, openapiV31);

Contributing

Contributions, enhancements, and bug-fixes are welcome! Open an issue on GitHub and submit a pull request.

Building

To build the project locally on your computer:

  1. Clone this repo
    git clone https://github.com/APIDevTools/openapi-schemas.git

  2. Install dependencies
    npm install

  3. Build the code
    npm run build

  4. Run the tests
    npm test

License

OpenAPI Schemas is 100% free and open-source, under the MIT license. Use it however you want.

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