Validate that an API Blueprint has full coverage over a Serverless config
📘 Validate that an API Blueprint has full coverage over a Serverless config
Before deploying, this Serverless plugin will parse an API blueprint from the config and validate that every lambda function with an HTTP event is documented.
npm i serverless-apib-validator --save-dev
server: your-service plugins: - serverless-apib-validator functions: # Your functions here custom: apibValidator: blueprintFile: '../my-docs.apib' # Defaults to apiary.apib basePath: '/your-service' # If you have many microservices in directories, you can define a prefix such as /your-service
To validate during development, run
sls validate to check your blueprint's syntax and coverage. You can set this up as a pre-commit hook to prevent invalid blueprints being committed and deployed.
Before a deployment package is built, the validation is run and will stop a deployment if the API blueprint is not at 100% coverage.
Latest commit b2f54ec on Sep 24, 2017