Swagger is a popular framework for building, documenting, and consuming restful API’s, and the Swagger UI allows you to interact with those APIs interactively.
The Swagger toolset can also be used to generate the backend and client-side code for your service.
David Norman has written a nice tutorial showing how you can quickly create networking code for a simple app showing your backend API for use with Swagger, generate the Node.JS code for that back-end, and also generate the client-side Swift 3 networking code utilizing Alamofire, and running your Node server with a Mongo database.
You can find the tutorial on Dave’s code blog.
An interesting tutorial on quickly generating networking code.
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