From the API designer, save reusable API fragments, such as security schemes or data types, into Exchange with one click. Anyone within your organization can then reuse the API fragments to build APIs faster, in a consistent manner. Once the API is built, save it into Exchange for consumption within flow designer or Anypoint Studio.
RAML and OAS
RESTful API Modeling Language (RAML) and OpenAPI Specification (OAS) are machine-readable design specifications that can be easily understood by non-technical audiences. Without writing a single line of code, designers can perfect their API through active collaboration on API requirements with customers, partners, and internal engineers.
Interactive API console
The real-time console provides a visual representation of how each API resource and method will function as it is created. The console also lets designers and future users see how the API will function and preview the API’s documentation before writing a single line of code.
As designers create the API spec, the context-aware shelf within the API designer auto-populates with methods, resources, parameters, and security components that are the most appropriate for the current API being designed, allowing you to follow best practices in a consistent manner.
With the mocking service, designers can share a real-time mock of the API design with other teams or engineers so that teams can develop applications in parallel to API development, speeding delivery and ensuring APIs meet business requirements.