API Tracker vs Swagger Codegen: What are the differences?
Developers describe API Tracker as "Track and manage the APIs you use". It is API integration reliability as a service. It helps developers build secure and reliable API integrations faster. With API Tracker, developers can have full visibility into their integration without having to log network calls and setting up APM. On the other hand, Swagger Codegen is detailed as "*Generate API clients or server stubs for REST API *". It is an open source project which allows generation of API client libraries (SDK generation), server stubs, and documentation automatically from an OpenAPI Specification.
API Tracker and Swagger Codegen can be primarily classified as "API" tools.
Some of the features offered by API Tracker are:
- Monitor all of your integrations in one dashboard
- Receive real-time alerts for latency and errors
- Increase reliability
On the other hand, Swagger Codegen provides the following key features:
- Generate client SDKs in over 40 different languages for end developers to easily integrate with your API
- Always updated with the latest and greatest changes in the programming world
- Remove tedious plumbing and configuration by generating boilerplate server code in over 20 different languages
Swagger Codegen is an open source tool with 11K GitHub stars and 5.07K GitHub forks. Here's a link to Swagger Codegen's open source repository on GitHub.