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Changelog #10 - AI-Generated Operation IDs, OpenAPI Specification 3.1 Support

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It's been a fast start to the year and we are excited to bring you some new features and improvements to Konfig.

AI-Generated Operation IDsโ€‹


konfig fix now has a new option --useAIForOperationID that allows you to use AI to generate meaningful operation IDs for your OpenAPI specification.

As part of ensuring your OpenAPI specification is high-quality, it is important to write meaningful operation IDs. Operation IDs are used as method names in the generated SDKs. Konfig follows a strict convention for naming your operation ID. However, we understand that it can be a bit of a hassle to come up with these names. Furthermore, if you have a large OpenAPI spec, it can be a time-consuming task to name each operation ID. Now you can use AI to automate this process.

OpenAPI Specification 3.1 Supportโ€‹


Konfig now supports OpenAPI Specification 3.1 ๐ŸŽ‰!

OpenAPI Specification 3.1 is the latest version of the OpenAPI Specification. It brought a few new features and improvements over the previous version, 3.0.x, but also introduced some breaking changes.

Particularly in 3.1, you can specify nullable by specifying the null keyword in the type field. This is a breaking change from 3.0.x where nullable was a separate field.

Improvements and Fixes
  • Allow mocking of methods using Moq in C#
  • Render markdown for operation description in docs portal
  • Support use of requests library in snippet generator instead of Python SDK in docs portal
  • Improve styling of in Java SDK
  • Allow use of konfig fix without a konfig.yaml
  • Fix handling of discriminated unions in Python SDK
  • Fix TypeScript SDK snippet generation when non-object type request body parameter and non-request body parameters exists
  • Fix namespace naming in generated TypeScript SDK snippet in docs portal
  • Fix request body array not being validated in docs portal
  • Fix response dropdowns not opening in docs portal
  • Fix array "add item" button not working in some case in docs portal
  • Fix request body parameter not being generated for snippets besides TypeScript and Python in docs portal
  • Fix search bar not working when markdown documentation is not configured in docs portal
  • Fix JSON input to strictly validate JSON values in docs portal. JSON type inputs previously accepted any value that passed JSON.parse which includes numbers, strings, and booleans.
  • Fix request body property not being validated in docs portal
  • Fix client-side validation for UUID parameters in docs portal