Simulating random service failures
Complete JWT Auth service built on top of MockMotor
A speed dial for common actions: create mocks from responses, WSDLs, OpenAPIs.
Having a request and response pair is the most common scenario. Now you can create a mock from them automatically.
Not everyone likes red. Or green. Or blue.
MockMotor is working well under Oracle JDK and OpenJDK, 1.8 to 13.0
Make client application trust the mock server by providing your own trusted certificate.
Use WSDLDiff to find the impact of an updated WSDL. Figure out what mocks need to be updated.
Non-essential service blocks your testing? Mock it to move it out of the way.
Need to mock a service that returns a binary payload? MockMotor supports it, too.
To mock a session-based service, store the expiration time into a new mock account.
Mock plain text web services with MockMotor. There is more to the world of APIs than just JSON and SOAP.
MockMotor natively supports JWT. You can generate, parse and verify JWT tokens with minimum efforts.
Mock services make many development tasks faster, easier and less expensive. The more you use them, the more uses for them you find.
Handcrafting a Simplest REST Mock Service with MockMotor. Match by URL, provide the response and you're done.
CORS is automatically supported by every mock service. One less problem for web APIs development.
Before there was XOP, there was SWAREF. MockMotor can mock SWAREF responses, too.
Binary attachments with XOP are a better way than SOAP with Attachments. MockMotor supports XOP, too.
Return files as attachments in an outdated but tried and proven way. MockMotor & SOAP with Attachments.
Mocks are just stubs if they never give you "Account not found" error. This is how to do that with MockMotor.
Make mock return HTTP 401 when the request has no Authorization header
MockMotor 1.8 is Released! Download it now!