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Open source tools to easily build and maintain your event-driven architecture. All powered by the AsyncAPI specification, the industry standard for defining asynchronous APIs.
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Use the playground to generate documentation in multiple formats.
Documentation is great. Taking control of the event lifecycle is awesome!
Design event-driven APIs in a format that's readable for machines. Humans will thank you.
Provide a superior development experience. No more outdated documentation.
Quickly bootstrap your application code in any programming language.
Consume events from the broker with confidence. If the event is there, it's valid.
Automatically test your event-driven applications before they reach production.
Gather analytics of your event-driven architecture in real time.
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The AsyncAPI has become the industry standard for defining event-driven architectures. Thousands of companies are already using it for their development operations (DevOps) and the microservices industry leaders are already working on supporting AsyncAPI in their SaaS offerings.Get Started
Read what the experts are saying.
“Microservices underline the need for event-based communication in distributed architectures. AsyncAPI brings the richness of the REST API ecosystem to asynchronous APIs.”
“Event-driven APIs need love too! AsyncAPI brings the many benefits of a machine/human readable specification to these nuanced approaches.”
“Developers need to be able to quickly and consistently create event-driven applications that provide business value and react to customer needs in realtime. I can't count how many times I've heard developers ask for OpenAPI/Swagger style tools for the asynchronous and event driven world, and that is exactly what the AsyncAPI initiative is making a reality.”
“We’ve been focusing on event-driven APIs since 2014 and thank the AsyncAPI contributors everyday for driving the community towards common standards.”