What is Mmock?
It is a tool for tests easily and frequently without dependencies. Decoupe your project tests from your external APIs or from your still work in progress backend. Don't get stuck and invest the time where really matters instead of complex mocks, or stubs for your API dependencies.
Mmock is a tool in the API Tools category of a tech stack.
Mmock is an open source tool with 485 GitHub stars and 57 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Mmock's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses Mmock?
Pros of Mmock
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- Easy mock definition via JSON or YAML
- Variables in response (fake or request data)
- Route patterns may include named parameters (/hello/:name)
- Glob matching ( * hello * )
- Match request by method, URL params, query string, headers, cookies and bodies.
- Mock definitions hot replace (edit your mocks without restart)
- Web interface to view requests data (method,path,headers,cookies,body,etc..)
- Stateful behaviour with scenarios
- Proxy mode
- Fine grain log info in web interface
- Real-time updates using WebSockets
- Priority matching
- Crazy mode for failure testing
- Public interface auto discover
- Lightweight and portable
- No installation required
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