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The following is a list of tools that generate AsyncAPI documents from your code.
|Go AsyncAPI||It uses reflection to translate Go structures in JSON Schema definitions and arrange them in AsyncAPI schema. Thanks to @vearutop.||Go|
|Saunter||Like Swashbuckle for AsyncAPI. Generates (and hosts) an AsyncAPI schema document from your code. Thanks to @tehmantra.||C#/dotnet|
|Java AsyncAPI||This is a code-first tool for AsyncAPI specification||Java, Kotlin|
|Springwolf||Like Springfox for AsyncAPI. Auto-generates an AsyncAPI document and a web UI.||Java, Spring Boot|
|KnstEventBus||AsyncApi code-first tools for c#. Generate document and view.||C#|
|sttp tapir||Library for describing HTTP endpoints, and then interpreting them as a server, client, or documentation||Scala|
|EventBridge Atlas||Tool that translates your AWS EventBridge Schemas into an AsyncAPI document and a web UI||Node|
The following is a list of tools that generate code from an AsyncAPI document and not the other way around.
|AsyncAPI Generator||Use your AsyncAPI definition to generate literally anything. Markdown documentation, Node.js code, Java code, HTML documentation, anything! Click here to get a list of the existing templates.||Node.js/Hermes, Java/Spring, Markdown, HTML, and more.|
|Node-RED AsyncAPI plugin||Use your AsyncAPI definition to generate and configure Node-RED nodes.||Node-RED|
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The following is a list of tools that do not yet belong to any specific category but are also useful for the community.
The following is a list of directories that index public AsyncAPI documents.
The following is a list of tools that generate human-readable documentation from an AsyncAPI document.
|Bump||OpenApi 2 & 3 / AsyncAPI 2 documentation generator, with automatic changelog and visual diff.||SaaS|
Writing YAML by hand is no fun, and maybe you don't want a GUI, so use a Domain Specific Language to write AsyncAPI in your language of choice.
The following is a list of API/application frameworks that make use of AsyncAPI.
|Asynction||SocketIO server framework driven by the AsyncAPI specification. Asynction guarantees that your API will work in accordance with its AsyncAPI documentation. Built on top of Flask-SocketIO.||Python|
The following is a list of GitHub Actions that you can use in your workflows:
|AsyncAPI Github Action||This action validates if the AsyncAPI schema file is valid or not.|
|Generator for AsyncAPI documents||This action generates whatever you want using your AsyncAPI document. It uses AsyncAPI Generator.|
|API documentation on Bump||With this Github Action you can automatically generate your API reference (with the changelog and diff) on Bump from any AsyncAPI file.|
Mocking and Testing
Tools that take specification documents as input, then publish fake messages to broker destinations for simulation purposes. May also check that publisher messages are compliant with schemas.
|Microcks||Mocking and testing platform for API and microservices. Turn your AsyncAPI, OpenAPI contract examples, or Postman collections into ready-to-use mocks. Use examples to simulate and validate received messages according to schema elements.||Kubernetes-native, Self-hosted / SaaS, Open Source|
The following is a list of tools that validate AsyncAPI documents.
|AsyncAPI Parser||It parses and validates AsyncAPI documents.||Go|
|AMF||Unified RAML / OAS / AsyncAPI parser and validator, including linting||ScalaJS / JVM and JS support|