| Hamza Khan
Swagger UI is a tool that allows you to visualize and interact with the API defined in your Swagger (OpenAPI) specification. In this blog post, we'll explore Swagger UI in more detail and provide some tips for using it to test and debug your APIs.
One of the main benefits of Swagger UI is that it provides a user-friendly interface for interacting with your APIs. You can use Swagger UI to send test requests to your API, view the responses, and see the details of the request and response. This can be particularly useful when you are developing and debugging your APIs.One of the use case in which Swagger UI comes in handy is testing your APIs when they are being used in collaboration with the custom connector
Swagger UI is typically used in conjunction with the Swagger (OpenAPI) specification, which is a JSON or YAML file that defines the details of your API, including the endpoints, request and response formats, and other information. You can use tools like Swagger Codegen to generate the Swagger specification for your API based on your code, or you can write the specification manually.
Below attached image emulates one of the use case in which Swagger UI is being used:
When using Swagger UI, it's important to keep in mind that it is intended for testing and debugging purposes. It is not typically used in production environments, as it can expose sensitive information about your API to potential attackers.
Overall, Swagger UI is a useful tool for testing and debugging your APIs. By using Swagger UI in conjunction with the Swagger (OpenAPI) specification, you can easily test and debug your APIs and ensure that they are working as intended.
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