For usage guide please see: www.mock-server.com
Maven Central contains the following MockServer artifacts:
- mockserver-netty - an HTTP(S) web server that mocks and records requests and responses
- mockserver-netty:jar-with-dependencies - mockserver-netty (as above) with all dependencies embedded
- mockserver-war - a deployable WAR for mocking HTTP(S) responses (for any JEE web server)
- mockserver-proxy-war - a deployable WAR that records requests and responses (for any JEE web server)
- mockserver-maven-plugin - a maven plugin to start, stop and fork MockServer using maven
- mockserver-client-java - a Java client to communicate with both the server and the proxy
In addition MockServer SNAPSHOT artifacts can also be found on Sonatype.
Node Module & Grunt Plugin
NPM Registry contains the following module:
- MockServer Grunt Plugin - a Node.js module and Grunt plugin to start and stop MockServer <br/>
- mockserver-client-node - a Node.js client for both the MockServer and the proxy <br/>
Docker Index contains the following artifacts:
- MockServer Docker Container - a Docker container containing the Netty MockServer and proxy
Vert.X Module Registry
Vert.X Module Registry contains the following artifacts:
org.mock-server~mockserver-vertx~2.9- a Vert.X module that mocks HTTP and HTTPS requests
- mockserver-client-ruby - Ruby client for both the MockServer and the proxy
- mockserver-client-java - a Java client for both the MockServer and the proxy
- mockserver-client-node - a Node.js client for both the MockServer and the proxy
If you have any problems, please check the project issues.
Pull requests are, of course, very welcome! Please read our contributing to the project guide first. Then head over to the open issues to see what we need help with. Make sure you let us know if you intend to work on something. Also, check out the milestones to see what is planned for future releases.