Meet Eve-Swagger the extension for your Eve powered REST API

Eve-Swagger is a extension for Eve powered RESTful APIs. It has been around for a while on GitHub but I never managed to officially release it. So rejoice! it is now available on PyPI. But what is Swagger, and why is it useful to your RESTful API? With a Swagger-enabled API you can get interactive documentation, client SDK generation and discoverability, all for free. From Swagger website: Swagger is a simple yet powerful representation of your RESTful API. »

Eve REST API Framework v0.6.2 is out

Today I released Eve 0.6.2. It includes many fixes and improvements over the previous releases. Areas addressed are CORS management, soft deletes, token authentication, oplog, data validation, and others. Please see the changelog for details. Work on v0.7 is also ongoing. It will include new features such as support for the MongoDB Aggregation Framework (docs) and a few breaking changes, so you might want to check it out in advance. »

Eve 0.6.1 has been released

A new version of Eve, the REST API framework for Humans, has been released today. Following the 0.6 milestone released one month ago, v0.6.1 introduces some fixes and few new important features. Upgrade is strongly encouraged. As always, a changelog with full list of updates is available. »

Custom endpoint handlers with Eve

On Stack Overflow and the Eve mailing list, but also in my mailbox and even on Twitter, I get a lot of enquiries on how to build custom endpoints within a Eve-powered RESTful application. Now, since within Eve all endpoints are fully customizable, what they really mean is: How do I setup endpoints without any binding to a data entity, just connected to a custom method? They would like to call something like /mycustomendpoint and get the response from a method they have defined somewhere in the Python sources. »

Cerberus 0.9 has been released

A few days ago Cerberus 0.9 was released. It includes a bunch of new cool features, let’s browse through some of them. Collection rules First up is the new set of anyof, allof, noneof and oneof validation rules. anyof allows you to list multiple sets of rules to validate against. The field will be considered valid if it validates against one set in the list. For example, to verify that a property is a number between 0 and 10 or 100 and 110, you could do the following: »