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Framework for Quart to add swagger generation to routes and restful resources

Project description

Documentation can be found on https://factset.github.io/quart-openapi/

Quart-OpenAPI is an extension for Quart that adds support for generating a openapi.json file using openapi 3.0. If you are familiar with Quart, this just wraps around it to add a openapi.json route similar to Flask-RESTPlus generating a swagger.json route and adds a Resource base class for building RESTful APIs.

Compatibility

Quart-OpenAPI requires Python 3.6+ because Quart requires it.

Installation

You can install via pip

$ pip install quart-openapi

If you are developing the module and want to also be able to build the documentation, make sure to also install the dependencies from the extras ‘doc’ package like so:

$ pip install 'quart-openapi[doc]'
$ python setup.py build_sphinx

Quick Start

If you’re familiar with Quart then the quick start doesn’t change much:

from quart_openapi import Pint, Resource

app = Pint(__name__, title='Sample App')

@app.route('/')
class Root(Resource):
  async def get(self):
    '''Hello World Route

    This docstring will show up as the description and short-description
    for the openapi docs for this route.
    '''
    return "hello"

This is equivalent to using the following with Quart as normal:

from quart import Quart
app = Quart(__name__)

@app.route('/')
async def hello():
  return "hello"

Except that by using Pint and Resource it will also add a route for ‘/openapi.json’ which will contain the documentation of the route and use the docstring for the description.

Unit Tests

Unit tests can be run through setuptools also:

$ python setup.py test

Request Validation

Request validation like you can get with Flask-RESTPlus!

You can either create validator models on the fly or you can create a jsonschema document for base models and then use references to it. For an on-the-fly validator:

expected = app.create_validator('sample_request', {
  'type': 'object',
  'properties': {
    'foobar': {
      'type': 'string'
    },
    'baz': {
      'oneOf': [
        { 'type': 'integer' },
        { 'type': 'number', 'format': 'float' }
      ]
    }
  }
})

@app.route('/')
class Sample(Resource):
  @app.expect(expected)
  async def post(self):
    # won't get here if the request didn't match the expected schema
    data = await request.get_json()
    return jsonify(data)

The default content type is ‘application/json’, but you can specify otherwise in the decorator:

{
  "$schema": "http://json-schema.org/schema#",
  "id": "schema.json",
  "components": {
    "schemas": {
      "binaryData": {
        "type": "string",
        "format": "binary"
      }
    }
  }
}
app = Pint(__name__, title='Validation Example',
              base_model_schema='schema.json')
stream = app.create_ref_validator('binaryData', 'schemas')

@app.route('/')
class Binary(Resource):
  @app.expect((stream, 'application/octet-stream',
               {'description': 'gzip compressed data'}))
  @app.response(HTTPStatus.OK, 'Success')
  async def post(self):
    # if the request didn't have a 'content-type' header with a value
    # of 'application/octet-stream' it will be rejected as invalid.
    raw_data = await request.get_data(raw=True)
    # ... do something with the data
    return "Success!"

In the example above, it’ll open, read, and json parse the file schema.json and then use it as the basis for referencing models and creating validators. Currently the validator won’t do more than validate content-type for content-types other than ‘application/json’.

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