Blog : raml

April 20, 2017

Today, MuleSoft joined the OAI and open sourced a new API tool called the API Modeling Framework (AMF).

We are excited to make AMF available to the community, bringing together the RAML and OpenAPI ecosystems. AMF provides an approach to developing API that provides for parsing, interacting with, and generating API descriptions in any API description language.

Currently, there are several API description languages, like RAML and OpenAPI Specification (OAS). Without a way to provide tooling that can easily understand any API description language or a mechanism to go back and forth between languages easily, developers had to make a choice. AMF changes that.

We built a way to parse and generate any API specification (e.g. RAML or OAS) in a few steps. AMF makes RAML and OAS interoperable.

October 28, 2016
Category : Specification, Tooling, Updates
Tags : raml, update

It's been a while since the release of RAML 1.0, and we would like to do a reflection on where we are with regards to the specification, tools, and community.

Specification

Since May, we got an immense number of positive feedback around the new features we introduced with RAML data types being the favorite change by far. Many people also helped the RAML Workgroup to identify hidden mistakes inside the specification and other missing clarification in certain areas so that we were able to release our first patch release in July.

We will continue to provide patch releases that increase the quality of the specification. The next upcoming release we currently plan between the end of October and mid-November. See more information here.

May 5, 2016
Category : News, Specification
Tags : raml, rc2

People that carefully watch our specification repository might have already realized that we were able to close all issues and merge the RAML 1.0 RC2 branch into its predecessor. Therefore, we are very happy to finally announce the official release of our next release candidate RAML 1.0 RC2.

March 28, 2014
Category : Uncategorized
Tags : raml

With the recent release of the RAML Mocking Service I took a couple of minutes to try it out and put together this walkthrough. I hope you find this useful. What is it? A service capable of reacting to http requests by returning the correct responses based on your RAML configuration (it will be a no brainer to use this if you follow the example on this thread). How can I access and use it? It's already integrated with the API Portal and working directly as part of the API Designer's Console. Show me the code! Hold your horses, first a quick "project" description. Let suppose you are trying to write the API for some e-commerce product catalog. Now, let's focus on the "Product" resource, which will have an Id, Name and Price. That's it. Let's create the API that will allow us to retrieve the list of products and to create a new one. Let's start by writing a minimal and valid RAML file, and add the resource and a first empty response.