This package is still under development and has not reached version 1.0.0 yet. This means that its API may contain breaking changes until we're able to deploy the first stable version and begin semantic versioning. Please use tests to ensure expected outputs or to hardcode the version.
- NodeJS >= 14
Feel free to submit an issue if you require this project in other use-cases.
Run this command to install Modelina in your project:
npm install @asyncapi/modelina
Once you've successfully installed Modelina in your project, it's time to select your generator. Check out the examples for the specific code.
The following table provides a short summary of available features for supported output languages.
To see the complete feature list for each language, please click the individual links for each language.
|AsyncAPI||We support the following AsyncAPI versions: 2.0.0, 2.1.0 and 2.2.0, which generates models for all the defined message payloads.|
|JSON Schema||We support the following JSON Schema versions: Draft-4, Draft-6 and Draft-7|
|OpenAPI||We support the following OpenAPI versions: Swagger 2.0 and OpenAPI 3.0, which generates models for all the defined path request and responses.|
|Java||Class and enum generation: generation of equals, hashCode, toString, Jackson annotation, custom indentation type and size, etc|
|TypeScript||Class, interface and enum generation: generation of example code, un/marshal functions, custom indentation type and size, etc|
|C#||Class and enum generation: generation of example code, serializer and deserializer functions, custom indentation type and size, etc|
|Go||Struct and enum generation: custom indentation type and size, etc|
The documentation for this library can all be found under the documentation README.
We have gathered all the examples, in a separate folder to ensure consistency, they can be found under the example folder.
To setup your development environment please read the development document.
Read our contributor guide.
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This project follows the all-contributors specification. Contributions of any kind welcome!