This post is the second out of a series of four about the making of API contracts based on standard API styles. It is obvious that if you’ve collected all the requirements you are going to write down these mandates into a standard format contract. The standard formats are what we call API Specification (the most popular example is OpenAPI (OAS) but we can consider others like Protocol Buffer, GraphQL and AsyncAPI, for instance). …

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