The github wiki contains documentation, samples, etc. Start there
Search the swagger google groups for previously asked questions. Join #swagger on irc.freenode.net to talk to interesting human beings. And if you find a bug, file it in github:
See the guide on getting started with swagger to get started with adding swagger to your API.
This is a project to build the swagger-core library, which is required for the Wordnik implementation of the Swagger spec. You can find out more about both the spec and the framework at http://swagger.wordnik.com. For more information about Wordnik's APIs, please visit http://developer.wordnik.com.
If you're interested in the change history of swagger and the swagger-core framework, see here.
You need the following installed and available in your $PATH:- Java 1.6 or greater (http://java.oracle.com) - Apache maven 3.0.3 or greater (http://maven.apache.org/)
# first time building locally mvn -N
This will build the modules and sample apps.
Of course if you don't want to build locally you can grab artifacts from maven central:
There are a number of sample apps in the
java-jaxrs Java-based swagger server with JAX-RS
scala-jaxrs Scala-based swagger server with JAX-RS
scala-jaxrs-apm Scala-based swagger server using wordnik-oss utils for Application Performance Monitoring (APM)
To run a sample app after initial compile:
# run scala-jaxrs sample app cd samples/scala-jaxrs mvn jetty:run
And the Play2 samples:
java-play2 Java-based Play2 sample app
scala-play2 Scala-based Play2 sample app
To run the Play2 sample apps:
cd samples/java-play2 play run
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