An SDK (Software Development Kit) is a collection of tools, libraries, documentation, and code samples designed to help developers integrate and interact with a specific software platform or service. In the context of an OpenAPI Specification, an SDK is generated to provide developers with pre-built code components and utilities that streamline the process of consuming and interacting with the API. This SDK typically includes functions and classes that abstract away the complexities of making HTTP requests, handling authentication, parsing responses, and other common tasks associated with interacting with the API. By leveraging the SDK, developers can accelerate the development process, reduce the likelihood of errors, and ensure consistency in their codebase when integrating the API into their applications. Overall, an SDK generated from an OpenAPI Specification serves as a valuable resource for clients, enabling them to more efficiently utilize and integrate with the API in their software projects.

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Client stub generation

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