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Teaching How to Design and Secure an API with Oracle API Platform by Carlos Rodriguez Iturria

Jürgen Kress
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This blog is the second part of an end-to-end exercise that starts explaining the steps to clone a GitHub repository that contains an agnostic Medical Records application, built by us in NodeJS and which exposes REST API endpoints via a Swagger API-descriptor running locally on Swagger UI (all included as part of the repository). The previous part of this 2-blogs series also explains the steps required to run the MedRec NodeJS application on Docker containers either locally or in the Oracle Public Cloud. For more information about this first part, go here.

Moving to this second part, we are going to cover the following steps:

1. Create an Apiary account used to Design APIs (API First approach) and create a new API Project using the existing MedRec Swagger API-definition.

2. We are going to spend a little bit of time playing with Apiary to feel comfortable in areas such as:

1. Validating API definitions

2. Testing API endpoints

3. Switching across out-of-the-box Mock Servers and real Production MedRec service end-points. Read the complete article here.

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