18 Dec '14, 7pm

OpenShift V3 API docs are starting to land and looking for feedback on the new web cons.

We've just recently added support for visualizing the OpenShift API in order to build clients against the server. Kubernetes added support for Swagger (www.swagger.io) API descriptions of their resources, and we've begun enabling that in OpenShift master. To see the API docs, run OpenShift locally $ docker pull openshift/origin $ docker run -v /var/run/docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sock --net=host --pvileged openshift/origin start --cors-allowed-origins=.* Note the "--cors-allowed-origins=.*" argument, which allows JavaScript to use the server - this will be important in the last step. The API documents are exposed in structured form at # Root doc $ curl http://localhost:8080/swaggerapi # Kubernetes $ curl http://localhost:8080/swaggerapi/api/v1beta1 # OpenShift $ curl http://localhost:8080/swaggerapi/osapi/v1beta1 Since Swagger is a structured API description, you can use t...

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