API Blueprint vs Motty: What are the differences?
Developers describe API Blueprint as "A powerful high-level API design language for web APIs". API Blueprint is simple and accessible to everybody involved in the API lifecycle. Its syntax is concise yet expressive. With API Blueprint you can quickly design and prototype APIs to be created or document and test already deployed mission-critical APIs. On the other hand, Motty is detailed as "Modern and simple way to test client services". Motty provides the simpler way to test your client services. It is a web application that gives you ability to create your own custom responses, so you can intuitively and easily mock http responses.
API Blueprint and Motty can be primarily classified as "API" tools.
API Blueprint and Motty are both open source tools. It seems that API Blueprint with 7.52K GitHub stars and 2.07K forks on GitHub has more adoption than Motty with 62 GitHub stars and 4 GitHub forks.