KaiZen OpenAPI Editor for Eclipse
KaiZen Editor is a core component of RepreZen API Studio, a comprehensive solution for API modeling, documentation, visualization, testing and code generation, built on Eclipse.
We welcome your suggestions and contributions!
NEW! OpenAPI 3.0 Editing
Code Assist for References
Code assist for references has several scopes which can be viewed in sequence by pressing
- The first scope shows only elements from the current document.
- The second expands it to elements from the containing project.
- The third shows elements from the entire workspace.
Pressing the hotkey a fourth time starts the cycle over again, with document scope.
Navigation to a Reference
Installing KaiZen OpenAPI Editor
KaiZen OpenAPI Editor requires Java 8 (64-bit) and Eclipse Oxygen or later.
Installing from Eclipse Marketplace
The Eclipse Marketplace solution is the easiest way to install KaiZen Editor into an Eclipse IDE. You can drag-and-drop the Install button from the browser into your Eclipse IDE, or use the built-in Eclipse Marketplace Client.
Installing from the Update Site
You can install KaiZen OpenAPI Editor into your Eclipse IDE by clicking
Help > Install New Software... > Add...
This will show a dialog box where you can select the location of the update site.
Use the update site http://products.reprezen.com/swagedit/latest/ as the URL.
Installing RepreZen API Studio
KaiZen Editor is included as a core component of RepreZen API Studio, which adds live documentation and diagram views, sandbox testing with the built-in mock service and Swagger-UI, powerful code generation, and other features.
RepreZen API Studio is available through two different installation options:
- API Studio Desktop installs as a standalone desktop application on Windows, MacOS or Linux.
- API Studio for Eclipse installs into an Eclipse IDE distribution, allowing you to use RepreZen's API design, documentation and development features in your primary Eclipse development environment.
See the Troubleshooting Guide for solutions to common problems.
Contributing to KaiZen OpenAPI Editor
We welcome contributions - documentation, bug reports or bug fixes. If you are interested in contributing to KaiZen Editor, please see the Developer's Guide.
We also created a list of good first bugs that are relatively easy to fix.
KaiZen OpenAPI Editor is provided under the Eclipse Public License v1.0
Video: KaiZen Editor in RepreZen API Studio
Note: KaiZen Editor includes code assist, real-time validation, syntax highlighting, and outline view.
Eclipse Color Theme and EditBox are available as separate plugins.
RepreZen API Studio includes the mock service, live Swagger-UI, advanced code generation, and other features that are not part of KaiZen Editor. See the feature comparison here.