radebatz/openapi-verifier

Verify JSON (api response) against OpenAPI specification.

1.1.0 2019-07-01 01:57 UTC

README

Build Status Coverage Status License: MIT

Introduction

Allows to validate a controller response from your API project against a given OpenAPI specification.

Requirements

Installation

You can use composer or simply download the release.

Composer

The preferred method is via composer. Follow the installation instructions if you do not already have composer installed.

Once composer is installed, execute the following command in your project root to install this library:

composer require radebatz/openapi-verifier

After that all required classes should be availabe in your project to add routing support.

Usage

Manual verification

The VerifiesOpenApi trait can be used directly and customized in 3 ways in order to provide the reqired OpenApi specifications:

  • Overriding the method getOpenApiSpecificationLoader() as shown below
  • Populating the $openapiSpecificationLoader property.
  • Creating a property $openapiSpecification pointing to the specification file
<?php

namespace Tests\Feature;

use Radebatz\OpenApi\Verifier\VerifiesOpenApi;
use Radebatz\OpenApi\Verifier\OpenApiSpecificationLoader;
use PHPUnit\Framework\TestCase;

class UsersTest extends TestCase
{
    use VerifiesOpenApi;
    
    /** @inheritdoc */
    protected function getOpenApiSpecificationLoader(): ?OpenApiSpecificationLoader
    {
        return new OpenApiSpecificationLoader(__DIR__ . '/specifications/users.yaml');
    }

    /** @test */
    public function index()
    {
        // PSR client
        $client = $this->client();
        $response = $client->get('/users');

        $this->assertEquals(200, $response->getStatusCode());
        
        // will throw OpenApiSchemaMismatchException if verification fails
        $this->verifyOpenApiResponseBody('get', '/users', 200, (string) $response->getBody());
    }
}

Laravel adapter

The adapter will try to resolve the specification dynamically in this order:

  • filename passed into registerOpenApiVerifier()
  • /tests/openapi.json
  • /tests/openapi.yaml
  • Generate specification from scratch by scanning the app folder

The code expects to be in the context of a Laravel Test\TestCase.

<?php

namespace Tests\Feature;

use Radebatz\OpenApi\Verifier\Adapters\Laravel\OpenApiResponseVerifier;
use Tests\TestCase;

class UsersTest extends TestCase
{
    use OpenApiResponseVerifier;

    public function setUp(): void
    {
        parent::setUp();

        $this->registerOpenApiVerifier(/* $this->>createApplication() */ /* , [specification filename] */);
    }

    /** @test */
    public function index()
    {
        // will `fail` if schema found and validation fails
        $response = $this->get('/users');

        $response->assertOk();
    }
}

Slim adapter

The adapter will try to resolve the specification dynamically in this order:

  • filename passed into registerOpenApiVerifier()
  • /tests/openapi.json
  • /tests/openapi.yaml
  • Generate specification from scratch by scanning the src folder

Simplest way is to register the verifier in the Tests\Functional\BaseTestCase.

<?php

namespace Tests\Functional;

use ...
use Radebatz\OpenApi\Verifier\Adapters\Slim\OpenApiResponseVerifier;
use PHPUnit\Framework\TestCase;

class BaseTestCase extends TestCase
{
    use OpenApiResponseVerifier;

    public function runApp($requestMethod, $requestUri, $requestData = null)
    {
        ...
        
        $app = new App();
        
        // register OpenApi verifier
        $this->registerOpenApiVerifier($app, __DIR__ . '/../specifications/users.yaml');
        
        ...
    }
}
<?php

namespace Tests\Functional;

class UsersTest extends BaseTestCase
{
    /** @test */
    public function index()
    {
        // will `fail` if schema found and validation fails
        $response = $this->runApp('GET', '/users');

        $this->assertEquals(200, $response->getStatusCode());
    }
}

License

The openapi-verifier project is released under the MIT license.