What is DummyAPI?
Dummyapi is free to use API with generated fake data. A bulk of models will cover all your needs for Mocking UI / Discovering new Interactions / Learning new technologies. Huge amount of data: user profiles, posts, images, comments, etc.
DummyAPI is a tool in the Realtime Backend / API category of a tech stack.
- Non-auth - a bulk of routes that provide you with data without any authorization process
- Auth - you can use data routes with authorization, can be useful for skill evaluation
- 24/7 access - Full-time access to API, make it simple to use for a demo page or presentations of your tools/library etc. Data Relations - Complex data structure with a different relation type
- Pagination - Discreet pages of data
- Cross-platform - JSON format and simple HTTP calls make it possible to use on any platform you need
- GraphQL - we plan to add GraphQL support soon
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