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GitHub - getkin/kin-openapi: OpenAPI 3.0 implementation for Go (parsing, convert...

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Introduction

A Go project for handling OpenAPI files. We target the latest OpenAPI version (currently 3), but the project contains support for older OpenAPI versions too.

Licensed under the MIT License.

Contributors and users

The project has received pull requests from many people. Thanks to everyone!

Here's some projects that depend on kin-openapi:

Alternative projects

Structure

  • openapi2 (godoc)
    • Support for OpenAPI 2 files, including serialization, deserialization, and validation.
  • openapi2conv (godoc)
    • Converts OpenAPI 2 files into OpenAPI 3 files.
  • openapi3 (godoc)
    • Support for OpenAPI 3 files, including serialization, deserialization, and validation.
  • openapi3filter (godoc)
    • Validates HTTP requests and responses
  • openapi3gen (godoc)
    • Generates *openapi3.Schema values for Go types.
  • pathpattern (godoc)
    • Matches strings with OpenAPI path patterns ("/path/{parameter}")

Some recipes

Loading OpenAPI document

Use SwaggerLoader, which resolves all JSON references:

swagger, err := openapi3.NewSwaggerLoader().LoadSwaggerFromFile("swagger.json")

Getting OpenAPI operation that matches request

func GetOperation(httpRequest *http.Request) (*openapi3.Operation, error) {
  // Load Swagger file
  router := openapi3filter.NewRouter().WithSwaggerFromFile("swagger.json")

  // Find route
  route, _, err := router.FindRoute("GET", req.URL.String())
  if err!=nil {
    return nil, err
  }

  // Get OpenAPI 3 operation
  return route.Operation
}

Validating HTTP requests/responses

package main

import (
	"bytes"
	"context"
	"encoding/json"
	"log"
	"net/http"

	"github.com/getkin/kin-openapi/openapi3filter"
)

func main() {
	router := openapi3filter.NewRouter().WithSwaggerFromFile("swagger.json")
	ctx := context.TODO()
	httpReq, _ := http.NewRequest(http.MethodGet, "/items", nil)

	// Find route
	route, pathParams, _ := router.FindRoute(httpReq.Method, httpReq.URL)

	// Validate request
	requestValidationInput := &openapi3filter.RequestValidationInput{
		Request:    httpReq,
		PathParams: pathParams,
		Route:      route,
	}
	if err := openapi3filter.ValidateRequest(ctx, requestValidationInput); err != nil {
		panic(err)
	}

	var (
		respStatus      = 200
		respContentType = "application/json"
		respBody        = bytes.NewBufferString(`{}`)
	)

	log.Println("Response:", respStatus)
	responseValidationInput := &openapi3filter.ResponseValidationInput{
		RequestValidationInput: requestValidationInput,
		Status:                 respStatus,
		Header: http.Header{
			"Content-Type": []string{
				respContentType,
			},
		},
	}
	if respBody != nil {
		data, _ := json.Marshal(respBody)
		responseValidationInput.SetBodyBytes(data)
	}

	// Validate response.
	if err := openapi3filter.ValidateResponse(ctx, responseValidationInput); err != nil {
		panic(err)
	}
}

Custom content type for body of HTTP request/response

By default, the library parses a body of HTTP request and response if it has one of the next content types: "text/plain" or "application/json". To support other content types you must register decoders for them:

func main() {
	// ...

	// Register a body's decoder for content type "application/xml".
	openapi3filter.RegisterBodyDecoder("application/xml", xmlBodyDecoder)

	// Now you can validate HTTP request that contains a body with content type "application/xml".
	requestValidationInput := &openapi3filter.RequestValidationInput{
		Request:    httpReq,
		PathParams: pathParams,
		Route:      route,
	}
	if err := openapi3filter.ValidateRequest(ctx, requestValidationInput); err != nil {
		panic(err)
	}

	// ...

	// And you can validate HTTP response that contains a body with content type "application/xml".
	if err := openapi3filter.ValidateResponse(ctx, responseValidationInput); err != nil {
		panic(err)
	}
}

func xmlBodyDecoder(body []byte) (interface{}, error) {
	// Decode body to a primitive, []inteface{}, or map[string]interface{}.
}

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