A php swagger annotation and parsing library
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swagger-php

Generate interactive OpenAPI documentation for your RESTful API using doctrine annotations.

Features

  • Compatible with the OpenAPI 3.0 specification.
  • Exceptional error reporting (with hints, context)
  • Extracts information from code & existing phpdoc annotations.
  • Command-line interface available.

Installation (with Composer)

composer require zircote/swagger-php

For cli usage from anywhere install swagger-php globally and make sure to place the ~/.composer/vendor/bin directory in your PATH so the openapi executable can be located by your system.

composer global require zircote/swagger-php

Usage

Add annotations to your php files.

/**
 * @OA\Info(title="My First API", version="0.1")
 */

/**
 * @OA\Get(
 *     path="/api/resource.json",
 *     @OA\Response(response="200", description="An example resource")
 * )
 */

See the Getting started guide and Examples directory for more examples.

Usage from php

Generate always-up-to-date documentation.

<?php
require("vendor/autoload.php");
$openapi = \OpenApi\scan('/path/to/project');
header('Content-Type: application/json');
echo $openapi;

Usage from the Command Line Interface

Generate the documentation to a static json file.

./vendor/bin/openapi --help

Usage from the Deserializer

Generate the OpenApi annotation object from a json string, which makes it easier to manipulate objects programmatically.

<?php

use OpenApi\Serializer;

$serializer = new Serializer();
$openapi = $serializer->deserialize($jsonString, 'OpenApi\Annotations\OpenApi');
echo $openapi;

Usage from docker

Generate the swagger documentation to a static json file.

docker run -v "$PWD":/app -it tico/swagger-php --help

More on OpenApi

Contributing

Feel free to submit Github Issues or pull requests.

The documentation website resides within the gh-pages branch.

Make sure pull requests pass PHPUnit and PHP_CodeSniffer (PSR-2) tests.

Running tests can be done with this command in the root of the project:

./bin/phpunit

To run the phpcs tests on your local machine execute:

./bin/phpcs -p --extensions=php --standard=PSR2 --error-severity=1 --warning-severity=0 ./src ./tests

To run both unittests and linting execute:

composer test

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