Roadmap

Specmatic has come a long way since its inception in 2019 and we have we exciting plans for the way ahead! Jump to work in progress.

2019

Inception

– Contract-first approach with Gherkin DSL

2019

2020

Completed

– Gherkin DSL for API Specification
– Dynamic Stubbing
– Postman collection to Gherkin DSL

2020

2021

Completed

– Smart Mocks
– Java JUnit5 wrapper
– OpenAPI, Basic Auth & Token Auth
Backward Compatibility Testing
– SOAP / WSDL
– Postman Collection import
– Node wrapper v1
– Proxy Server

2021

2022

Completed

– Generative Tests
– API Gateway Support
– Server Sent Event (SSE) stub – (Pro plan +)
AsyncAPI & JMS mock support – (Pro plan +)

2022

Q1 - 2023

Completed

Redis Stub – (Pro plan +)
Node wrapper v2
Hooks for emulating payment gateways
– Maintenance updates

Q1 - 2023

Q2 - 2023

Completed

JDBC stub – (Pro plan +)
Python wrapper
AsyncAPI Kafka support – (Pro plan +)

Q2 - 2023

Q3 - 2023

Completed

OpenAPI OAuth Security Scheme
– OpenAPI OpenID Security Scheme
API Coverage Report

Q3 - 2023

Q4 - 2023

Completed

OpenAPI 3.1 support
– AsyncAPI 2.6.x – Request Reply pattern support improvements
VSCode Extension with Generative AI capabilities – beta
Specmatic Insights – CDD Analytics Dashboard launch
– AsyncAPI Test Interactive HTML report

Q4 - 2023

Q1 - 2024

Completed

Specmatic Docker image
– OpenAPI Example as both test and stub
– AsyncAPI General Availability
– Support for all OpenAPI security schemes
– Externalised test data for contract tests
– Google Pub Sub beta

Q1 - 2024

Q2 - 2024

In progress

– AsyncAPI 3.x support beta
– MongoDB Stubbing
– Smart Mock Response Fuzzing
– GraphQL support
– OpenAPI 3.1 support
– Google Pub Sub general availability
– OpenAPI links support

Q2 - 2024

Q3 - 2024

Coming Up

– AsyncAPI 3.x support General Availability
– API Coverage Report for SOAP/WSDL
– OpenAPI 3.1 Webhook Callback support

Q3 - 2024

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