I realized that the competition in the development mock service space is too tight. Everyone and their mum are making mock service one way or another.
However, MockMotor has competitive advantages in one particular area: load testing.
It is fast. It can handle the PROD-like load.
It is accounts-based. Load tests require thousands of accounts to properly account for caching effects.
It is not aimed at developers, but more at testers.
(The “aimed at testers” part, admittedly, requires more work.)
The LT tests also more expensive (they require LT-grade backends, which are running on expensive hardware) and more critical. In other words, LT is where they have budgets.
It makes sense to leave the development mocks to Postman and others, and explore the LT mocks space, where MockMotor has started.