OpenSource OpenAPI Boilerplates - NodeJS & Java

27 July 2020

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    #Java
    #NodeJs
    #OpenAPI
    #technology
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We, at Jiratech, strive to empower innovation and build customer-driven innovative products with embedded immune system*.

We also have a program, Jiratech Foundation, in which we give back to the community and engage in social projects ( more on this, here: https://jiratech.com/company/foundation ).

 

On this note, those are the boilerplates that we created and we use regularly:

 

1) Java Spring Boilerplate: dockerized, API-first 3 layer architecture with PostgreSQL and Minio connectors.

Link: https://github.com/Jiratech/boilerplates-java

 

2) NodeJS Boilerplate: ExpressJs-based, typescript-adapted, 3 layer architecture with PostgreSQL connector.

Link: https://github.com/Jiratech/boilerplates-express-typescript-openapi

 

Those boilerplates have a unique characteristic - full integration with OpenApi v3 ( documentation here: https://github.com/OAI/OpenAPI-Specification/blob/master/versions/3.0.0.md). We wrote a tutorial on integration with ReactJS here.

 

Those boilerplates use a single, descriptive JSON of the APIs and DTO ( for typescript, interfaces) that map and enforce the request and response and also generate the APIs ( Java) / handle the route components ( NodeJs).

You can find this schema here: https://github.com/Jiratech/boilerplates-openapi-schema

 

I hope this helps you speed up reliable development as it did for us!

If you want to contribute or comment, we welcome any feedback

Coming soon: ReactJS boilerplate and React-Native boilerplate with TypeScript and OpenApi.

Author:
Jinga Radu
Managing Partner