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Other ways to use AsyncAPI documents

In our post last week, we shared a demo of the Event Endpoint Management experience . We mentioned that the descriptions of Kafka topics are stored as AsyncAPI documents. And we've described a bit about the AsyncAPI specification . One thing you may have noticed is that developers using...

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Publish vs Subscribe semantics in AsyncAPI

As adoption of AsyncAPI increases, a frequent topic of conversation in the community is how to describe "publish" and "subscribe" semantics - both now and in future versions of the specification. In this blog post I aim to introduce the discussion and set you on the right path to document your...


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A demo of Event Endpoint Management

In the last couple of weeks, we've written a lot about the theory of Event Endpoint Management . For example, we've discussed the benefits to your organisation of documenting and socializing your Kafka topics , we've described the AsyncAPI specification we're using to document Events, and...

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A Kafka Developer's Guide to AsyncAPI

How Kafka developers can use the AsyncAPI specification to describe how their applications are using Kafka topics. In my post " Why should you document your Kafka topics? " last week, I wrote about the benefits of documenting your Kafka event sources, and mentioned a few of the problems that...

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