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Overview

The primary goal of this project is to make it easy to document RESTful services by combining content that's been hand-written using Asciidoctor with auto-generated examples produced with the Spring MVC Test framework. The result is intended to be an easy-to-read user guide, akin to GitHub's API documentation for example, rather than the fully automated, dense API documentation produced by tools like Swagger.

For a broader introduction see the Documenting RESTful APIs presentation. Both the slides and a video recording are available.

Learning more

To learn more about Spring REST Docs, please consult the reference documentation.

Building from source

You will need Java 8 or later to build Spring REST Docs. It is built using Gradle:

./gradlew build

Contributing

Contributors to this project agree to uphold its code of conduct.

There are several that you can contribute to Spring REST Docs:

Third-party extensions

Name Description
restdocs-wiremock Auto-generate WireMock stubs as part of documenting your RESTful API
restdocsext-jersey Enables Spring REST Docs to be used with Jersey's test framework
spring-auto-restdocs Uses introspection and Javadoc to automatically document request and response parameters
restdocs-api-spec A Spring REST Docs extension that adds API specification support. It currently supports OpenAPI 2 and OpenAPI 3

Licence

Spring REST Docs is open source software released under the Apache 2.0 license.

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