Hi guys these days i’ve been looking for a way to create OpenAPI Schema for my GPT’s here on the forum but, as i can see, no one have clear vision on how to do this because openai disable the openapi builder that was before.
so for you ai fans i create a GPT called “OpenAPI Builder”, a tool to transform any API call to a schema that you can put in your own GPT’s.
OpenAPI Builder URL
I hope it can help everyone while we dont have anything else
have a good day!
the ones who already use it, how it goes? everything’s ok?
Thanks. MyGPT is billed as a no code no brainer but as usual for non-dev’s like me, the advanced features require coding experience. So I believe your GPT will. help. Thanks for making it. I’ll report back when i have a practical use for it
do you know by any chance what the OpenAPI schema should look like for /audio/speech TTS?
not really, but here you can find the CURL for that. Using this GPT you could potentially transform to OpenAPI Schema that call.
that’s great buddy, thanks so much.
I just want to say THANK YOU! I know nothing about schemas and I got one created in 6 steps using your custom GPT!! Here they are:
(1) Asked your custom GPT what information it needed.
(2) Ignored everything it said and just copied the Semantic Scholar webpage talking about their graph API into your custom GPT.
(3) It gave me a schema to use and I copied that into my own custom GPT.
(4) Copied the error codes back into your GPT, got a revision.
(5) Saved the revision in my GPT.
(6) Tested… and success!
btw another GPT that may help you is “API Alchemist”. It can create the whole API flow from idea to deployment and use. (It can create the whole code, openapi schema and deployment steps for anything you want to add to your GPT’s)
API Alchemist URL
good luck with your projects!
Is it better to host on github or my own host?
And what I can host?
personally, i save my projects in github with private repositories. They are more easy to then being deployed after
hi @alvetr0 can i use API calls for assistant API? can’t get the idea of function calling
wow such a great idea. I’m still learning tips&tricks.
how do you make it ‘easy to deploy’ after?
perhaps you could give me hint, what direction I should look into so I can learn my self.
Assistant API Builder
I create a GPT for this problem too, it can create and deploy any assistant api you want. it gives you ready-to-launch files and steps.
Assistant API Builder
thank everyone for your feedbacks! im glad that you find our GPT’s useful
First of all thanks for making this. Having said that here are some issues you could tackle (with function calls probably).
there are url parameters that are being added in the url value when it should be added in the path, since the domain call wont register it in the "servers: url: " part.
When you point out the error and it fixes it, in the next iteration it completely forgot and prints it wrong again.