Command line tool based on Node.js for generating RESTful API documentations written in RAML.
First tests performed on Node.js 4.4.5 LTS & 5.8.0 and RAML 0.8 (see Example section).
npm install -g ramlo
ramlo -f api.raml
The output of this command is a HTML file called
api.html which should have RESTful API documentation generated based on provided RAML file.
If you do not have any API documented in RAML you can look at my other project called Manageably.
For testing please use API described in file
More examples: https://github.com/raml-apis
npm install -g osprey-mock-service
Start the service from the CLI. This will automatically use the
baseUri as the path to the mock service. For example,
http://example.com/api will result in
osprey-mock-service -f api.raml -p 8000
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