Mock your HTTP responses to test your REST API
Mocky is a simple app which allows to generate custom HTTP responses. It's helpful when you have to request a build-in-progress WS, when you want to mock the backend response in a singleapp, or when you want to test your WS client.
Is Mocky online?
Yes, Mocky is online, free and unlimited!
Try me now! https://www.mocky.io
Everything is done to provide the best service quality, but I don't guarantee the sustainability or the stability of the application.
Mocky on my own server?
You can easily install Mocky on your own server. You just need... a JVM!
Quick steps to install Mocky
- Install SBT.
- Clone Mocky
- Configure the app in
conf/application.conf. The main setting is the
versionkey. You have 3 different repositories where you can store your mocks:
- v1: mocks are stored on gist. Nothing is needed, it's free, but limited to 200 requests / hours.
- v2: mocks are stored in mongodb. Don't forget to fill the
- fs: mocks are stored on your filesystem (in the
datadir. by default).
- If you want to launch mocky in dev mode, just launch
- If you want to use mocky on a server, launch
sbt dist, copy the generated zip to your server, unzip it and launch
./bin/mocky(easy, ain't it?)
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