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    For web developers, building REST APIs is our bread and butter. We use them to expose data and functionality to our clients and to integrate systems together. However, there is no point building the most beautiful API in the world if consumers can't easily use it. In this article were going to look at several strategies we can use to integrate Open API (formerly Swagger) into our .NET 8 Minimal API. We'll investigate some the pitfalls of some of these strategies, and look at how we can use Typed Results to make our APIs more consistent and easier to consume