Symfony bundle for easy JSON-RPC server OpenAPI 3.0.0 documentation

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Symfony bundle for easy JSON-RPC server OpenAPI 3.0.0 documentation

Symfony bundle for adgoal/jsonrpc-http-server-openapi-doc-sdk

How to use

Once configured, your project is ready to handle HTTP GET request on /doc/openapi.json endpoint. Result will be a openapi compatible file.

See below how to configure it.


Behat demo app configuration folders can be used as examples.

  • Add the bundles in your config/bundles.php file:

    // config/bundles.php
    return [
        Symfony\Bundle\FrameworkBundle\FrameworkBundle::class => ['all' => true],
        Yoanm\SymfonyJsonRpcHttpServer\JsonRpcHttpServerBundle::class => ['all' => true],
        Yoanm\SymfonyJsonRpcHttpServerDoc\JsonRpcHttpServerDocBundle::class => ['all' => true],
        Yoanm\SymfonyJsonRpcHttpServerOpenAPIDoc\JsonRpcHttpServerOpenAPIDocBundle::class => ['all' => true],
  • Configure adgoal/symfony-jsonrpc-http-server as described on adgoal/symfony-jsonrpc-http-server documentation.

  • Configure adgoal/symfony-jsonrpc-http-server-doc as described on adgoal/symfony-jsonrpc-http-server-doc documentation.

  • Query your project at /doc/openapi.json endpoint and you will have a OpenAPI json documentation file of your server.


You are able to enhance resulting documentation by listening on json_rpc_http_server_openapi_doc.array_created event.

See below an example of listener service configuration:

    class: Full\Namespace\DocCreatedListener # <-- replace by your class name
      - name: 'kernel.event_listener'
        event: 'json_rpc_http_server_openapi_doc.array_created'
        method: 'enhanceMethodDoc' # <-- replace by your method name

You will receive an event of type OpenAPIDocCreatedEvent.

You can take example on Behat DocCreatedListener  


See contributing note