What we like
Intercepts remote APIs via a proxy, storing the responses so they can then be simulated. Modify the API behavior locally e.g. mocking responses for testing. Supports sequenced requests and state across requests. Introduce chaos e.g. latency or status code randomization. Static binary. Open source.
What we don't like
Getting started docs are unclear. Native language bindings only for Python and Java, but you don’t really need them (they just make a few things easier, like HTTPS).
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