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    by Andrey Stepanovfor Confluence Cloud
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    Generate interactive documentation from your OpenAPI document

    Generate interactive documentation from your OpenAPI document

    Generate interactive documentation from your OpenAPI document

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    Post your OpenAPI compliant definition and get nicely generated interactive application on your page.

    Easy to use, popular and familiar user interface. Most developers are already familiar with it.

    Thousands customers are already using it.

    Major advantages of the application:

    • Easy to use user interface
    • Supports both YAML and JSON definitions
    • Analyse the definition source and report errors in human readable way
    • Can store documentation as attachment which enables:
      • tracking change history
      • downloading as file
      • working with huge definitions
    • Retrieves data from Github, Gitlab, Bitbucket and other
    • Password- and token-protection is supported
    • Flexible configuration
    • Faster load time
    • Latest version of the OpenAPI specification (up to 3.0.3)
    • Latest version of the mature and robust Swagger UI open source project (3.44.1)

    Feel free to post the new feature request. Don’t hesitate to leave a review if you like it.

    Try it now for free and enjoy the functionality. Check my other apps.

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    by Marc Mas on 2021-01-20
    Works as intended, great work
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    by Aleksandr on 2020-08-07
    Not stable. Sometime it shows application error
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    by Conor Macpherson on 2020-03-27
    Took me a little bit of time to figure out how to add this via confluence rest apis so I thought I'd share it on here incase anyone else is trying to do this: Send a request to: PUT https://test.atlassian.net/wiki/rest/api/content/<PAGE_ID>?expand=body.storage { "type": "page", "title": "page-name", "version": { "number": 19 }, "body": { "storage": { "value": "<ac:structured-macro ac:name=\"swagger-open-api-macro\"><ac:plain-text-body><![CDATA[<YOUR-SWAGGER-DEFINITION-HERE>]]></ac:plain-text-body></ac:structured-macro>", "representation": "storage" } } }
    1 out of 2 found this review helpful
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    by Charlie Reitzel on 2019-12-04
    Just works. Much appreciated. A "nice to have" would be if you could just attach the API docs as files to the Confluence page and refer to the attachment in the widget.
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    Cloud Pricing

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    Up to 10 users
    monthly flat fee
    Free 30 day trial
    11 - 100 users
    per user/month
    Free 30 day trial

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    Confluence Cloud Released 2021-03-28


    Major functionality upgrade, payment model and required scopes changed


    New features video introduction and documentation


    • Reworked user interface
    • Added option to store API definition as attachment
    • Remote definitions are now supported (including password- and token-protected)
    • Improved error handling and reporting
    • Appearance options are added
    • Upgraded to latest SwaggerUI version (3.45.1)

    In order to cover expenses on hosting the widget, adding new features and keep widget support starting with this version widget becomes paid. Details can be found in ‘Pricing’ section. There are more improvements in the pipeline and you won’t be disappointed. Feel free to send feature request via support portal.

    Starting from this version in addition to ‘read’ widget requires ‘write’ permissions. It is needed to make ‘save as attachment’ feature work. The only ‘write’ is done when attached file is created/updated. No other write activities are performed.


    1. Log into your Confluence instance as an admin.
    2. Click the admin dropdown and choose Add-ons. The Find new apps or Find new add-ons screen loads.
    3. Locate Visualize OpenAPI (Swagger) documentation.
    4. Click Free trial to download and install your app.
    5. You're all set! Click Close in the Installed and ready to go dialog.

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