Define Custom RAML Properties Using Annotations

The fourth article in my RAML series on Baeldung.com focuses on the use of a feature called annotations that is new in RAML 1.0. In brief, annotations provide a means for extending the metadata of an API specification, allowing you to define custom properties that are not within scope of the official language spec. I hope you’ll enjoy Define Custom RAML Properties Using Annotations.

In case you missed any of the first three articles in the RAML series, I’ve included the links below. You can also find them in the REST category of the Baeldung.com site.

Other articles in the series:

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Modularization in RAML Using Includes, Libraries, Overlays and Extensions

The third article in my RAML series on Baeldung.com focuses on the modularization features of RAML. It contains a brief introduction to the use of includes (including typed fragments), libraries, overlays and extensions to make your API definitions more modular. I hope you’ll enjoy Modular RAML Using Includes, Libraries, Overlays and Extensions.

In case you missed the first two articles, I’ve included the links below. You can also find them in the REST category of the Baeldung.com site. The next article in the series will cover the use of annotations in RAML.

Other articles in the series: