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Welcome to the Open-Source (OSS) AsyncAPI Initiative, part of the Linux Foundation.

AsyncAPI seeks to improve the current state of Event-Driven Architectures (EDAs) and the tooling system around them. ❤️

We are a caring community 👐🏿, shaping the future of how you work with #EventDrivenArchitecture; no matter if it is Kafka or WebSocket.

Follow our public roadmap and feel free to share your suggestions 🙇🏿‍♀️🙇🏿. Or better yet, join our community 👇🏽!

🌎 Join AsyncAPI community

To get involved with our community, please make sure you are familiar with the project's Code of Conduct.

We're a community of great people who are passionate about AsyncAPI and Event-Driven Architectures. There are several ways to communicate with other people working on the AsyncAPI project:

  • Join our Slack workspace: Join our Slack workspace ☎️ and please respect our slack etiquette. If you have a question on how to use AsyncAPI, want to contribute, or simply want to say hello 👋🏾, feel free to chat with us in Slack. We're nice people. 🙂
  • Join our public meetings: AsyncAPI hosts different meetings every week. They are focused on different topic, sometimes purely technical and sometimes about community building. Pick one and join us! Learn more about our meetings.
  • Subscribe to our Newsletter: keep up to date on the project's status.
  • GitHub issues: for bugs and feature requests.
  • GitHub Pull Requests (PRs): for fixes or new features already discussed, as per the contributing guidelines.
  • The AsyncAPI YouTube Channel: it's where we record and upload our public community meetings.

📑 Getting started

Are you wondering where to look first? Then search no more! Here are some great first AsyncAPI Documentation spots to visit, so as to get acquainted with the project and tools:

👩🏽‍💻 Contribute to AsyncAPI

First of all, thanks for getting involved!

There are many awesome ways to contribute to the AsyncAPI Initiative. (Code isn't the only way to help out! ❤️) The below table gives you an idea of how contributions are recognized in the project.

Emoji/Type Represents Emoji/Type Represents Emoji/Type Represents
Bug reports 📝
Blogposts 💻
Documentation 🎨
Design 💡
Ideas & Planning 🚧
Maintenance 💬
Answering Questions
Reviewed Pull Requests 📢
Talks 📹

To figure out a great first GitHub issue to work on, join our Slack workspace and visit the 11_contributing 🙂 channel. This channel is specifically designed for supporting all community questions on getting started as a contributor. We also host a live stream dedicated to contributors called Contributor-first. Feel invited to join one of them and for details check the list of future events.

You should also check out our contribution guide.

We can't wait to meet you! 🤗


  1. spec Public

    The AsyncAPI specification allows you to create machine-readable definitions of your asynchronous APIs.

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  2. generator Public

    Use your AsyncAPI definition to generate literally anything. Markdown documentation, Node.js code, HTML documentation, anything!

    JavaScript 604 156

  3. React component for rendering documentation from your specification in real-time in the browser. It also provides a WebComponent and bundle for Angular and Vue

    TypeScript 125 68

  4. community Public

    AsyncAPI community-related stuff.

    68 52

  5. website Public

    AsyncAPI specification website

    JavaScript 136 273

  6. modelina Public

    A library for generating data models based on inputs such as AsyncAPI, OpenAPI, or JSON Schema documents.

    TypeScript 158 99