Azure Functions OpenAPI Extension
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- Swagger UI version used for this library is v3.44.0 under the Apache 2.0 license.
- This extension supports the OpenAPI spec version of v2.0 and v3.0.1.
- Enable OpenAPI documents to your Azure Functions HTTP Trigger: This document shows how to enable OpenAPI extension on your Azure Functions applications and render Swagger UI, and OpenAPI v2 and v3 documents on-the-fly.
- Securing Azure Functions Endpoints through OpenAPI Auth: This document shows many various scenarios to add authN features including the built-in features and OAuth2 auth flows.
Azure Functions v1 Support: This document shows how to support Azure Functions v1 runtime with this OpenAPI extension.
- Integrating OpenAPI-enabled Azure Functions to Azure API Management: This document shows how to integrate the Azure Functions application with Azure API Management, via this OpenAPI extension.
- **Generic CI/CD Pipeline Support: This document shows how to generate the OpenAPI document within a CI/CD pipeline, using either PowerShell or bash shell script.
GitHub Actions Support
If you are using GitHub Actions as your preferred CI/CD pipeline, you can run the GitHub Action into your workflow to automatically generate the OpenAPI document. Find more details at the Build OpenAPI action page.
GitHub Codespaces Support
If you want to run your Azure Functions app on GitHub Codespaces, you might want to accommodate
local.settings.json. The following PowerShell script may help you for the accommodation:
# Update local.settings.json pwsh -c "Invoke-RestMethod https://aka.ms/azfunc-openapi/add-codespaces.ps1 | Invoke-Expression"
Sample Azure Function Apps with OpenAPI Document Enabled
Here are sample apps using the project references:
## Azure Functions V1 Support ## This library supports Azure Functions V3 and onwards. If you still want to get your v1 and v2 runtime app supported, find the community contribution or the proxy feature.
Missing .dll Files
Due to the Azure Functions Runtime limitation, sometimes some of .dll files are removed while publishing the function app. In this case, try the following workaround with your function app
<Project Sdk="Microsoft.NET.Sdk"> ... <PropertyGroup> ... <_FunctionsSkipCleanOutput>true</_FunctionsSkipCleanOutput> </PropertyGroup> ... </Project>
Empty Swagger UI When Deployed through Azure Pipelines
- Workaround: #306
Swagger UI Error When Empty Project Referenced
- Workaround: #302
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