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ngCry2271yBut doesn't this already exist?
Not to be "that guy" but isn't five minutes of the documentation for your languages HTTP library (I like flask personally, python guy) and curl enough? I don't understand the appeal.
@deadPix3l if I can understand your words correctly,
Our team was previously using stubby4j (one of the famous tool for mock web services) and I created stubmatic to solve all the problems and implement all the features to make a dedicated tool to build mocked webservers.
In most of the projects, simulators are handled by QAs who don't want to deal with complex coding. Hence I created this one.
Moreover, mocking binary data is really difficult. With stubmatic it's easy.
@amitgupta ahh okay. Maybe I'm just not a target audience. I've always just made something quick in flask and used curl. Seemed easier than learning a new tool and writing a yaml file, reading the man page, etc. Seemed like just too much.
But if your team is using it frequently and you have non programmers doing it, then I get it.
@deadPix3l sometimes learning a new tool may require sometime but once your learn it also become 2 min thing.
You can avoid all such thing, watch the video tutorial. It's not perfect but will tell you how easy it is.
In short, you need just 2 commands to install & setup the workspace. And then change the url of your wish and copy paste your response.
It'll take less time than reading this comment. 😊
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