Pain-free APIs with Smithy4s

Avoid mistakes in API design, implementation and evolution with Smithy

Jakub Kozłowski
Lead software engineer on an API tooling team.
About This Talk

Most back-end projects eventually reach a point when they have to define an API. We implement their routes, document them, sometimes we write a client. We do essentially the same work multiple times - each view of an endpoint contains the same path, and yet we don't have a "single source of truth".

In this talk, I'll show how Smithy (https://smithy.io) and smithy4s enable defining an API in a single place, and how they make it easy to build its server, client, and even a CLI - in a Scala-friendly, tooling-compatible way.

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