If you're a knowledgeable web developer, then there's a good chance you might have heard about MockServer, a useful, open source framework that basically allows you to test and recreate all types of responses for HTTP and HTTPS dependencies.
Simply put, by using a mock server, you can return a so-called mock response when a request matches an expectation, verify requests that have been sent, as well as forward a request or execute a callback when the request matches the expectation.
Novice-accessible and very efficient server mocking utility
Designed to help you simplify the testing process, Mockoon is a simple, yet extremely useful Electron-based application that allows you to create an unlimited number of mock servers or environments, with an unlimited number of routes.
Once installed, you're greeted by the utility's black-themed user interface that displays a set of minimal controls. The apps WYSIWYG approach, coupled with its modern user-interface allow even the most novice of users to take advantage of everything it has to offer. And, it's definitely not just a pretty package either.
Currently in Beta, still has a lot of things going for it
Some of the app's highlights include the possibility of running multiple mock servers in parallel and the fact that it comes with support for all HTTP methods. Since we're on the subject, it's also worth pointing out that Mockoon allows you to customize responses, by adding custom headers, regex paths, and multiple body content types.
Mockoon comes with support for file download and also benefits from automatic mime type detection. In addition, the app packs a rich text editor with auto-save and latency simulation capabilities.
Probably the easiest way to create mock servers
All things considered, Mockoon is indeed a very interesting application that should make the lives of web developers much much easier by allowing them to create as many mock servers as they want directly from their computers' desktops, in mere seconds, with the least amount of effort, and without having to resort to third-party web services.







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Key Features:

Fully customizable and easily shareable mock servers

Black & grey UI

Responses support: HEADERS, BODY, with/without files

Customize responses with headers, regex paths and file upload

Debug: simplify mock server and test the communication

With Mockoon:

By simply double-clicking on the toolbar icon located in the system tray, you can create a new mock server of any type, including HTTPS (doesn’t require a CA signed certificate).

By clicking on the Gear icon on the toolbar, you can share a mock server instance or an entire environment with another user.1. Field of the Invention
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Create and deploy unlimited Mock servers with the click of a button. Discover the 10 most used HTTP methods in any type of website. Support for multi-status response and multiple mime types.
Key Features:
• Create unlimited servers.
• Support for built-in and custom headers.
• Support for all HTTP methods.
• Support for file download.
• Support for custom request body.
• Supports many mime types.
• Automatic mime type detection.
• Rich text editor with auto-save.
• Latency simulation.
• Ability to work in both the command-line and user interface.
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Requires Electron.
What’s new?
New tools:
• Multiple users are now supported.
• Responses can be changed (manipulated).
• Added methods.
The app allows you to create multiple users with an intuitive interface. Whether you are a website manager, designer or developer, you’ll find it easy to add, remove, as well as, edit users directly from within the interface.
If you’re someone who has a lot of servers, and/or wants to organize them in such a way that they are easily viewable from a single point, you can now do so by simply clicking on the + icon, selecting which user you want, and then, clicking on the icon that represents the user you want to add.
Once inside the app, you’ll notice that you can add up to 50 users. You can also add servers from the same account at the same time, even if they are in different locations.
While the app may seem to be very simplistic, it does give you the option to change the size of the responses, modify the headers, add custom headers, as well as, change the body content type. You can do the same to the response time, which is also displayed so that you can easily test how long the response is likely to take.
Since we’re talking about Electron, we thought we’d also mention that, in case you need a refresher, Electron is an open source framework that allows you to build cross-platform desktop apps without having to use a browser.
If you’re interested in getting more information about Electron, you can check out this link. You can also check out other Electron packages that we’ve featured before, as well as

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Mockoon – The World’s Easiest way to create an unlimited number of mock servers or environments, with an unlimited number of routes.
• Build, test, and simulate multiple environments with an unlimited number of routes in just seconds.
• Create and manage your own network-like dev or prod environments with a multitude of routing and testing paths.
• Keep track of your test case results with a detailed progress report.
Test any API Environment:
• Environment name
• Mount path
• Document root
• Base path
• API version
• URL scheme
• API method
• HTTP method
Route new environments on the fly:
• Pressing the ‘+’ button after another environment is selected will add it to the current test case.
• Pressing the ‘-‘ button on an environment in the test case navigator will remove that environment.
Configure paths in your test environment:
• In the path field, use any path you want to mock.
• All paths will be rewritten relative to the Document root.
• Update paths will be saved to your configuration file when you save.
• All paths are updated and re-tested when you save your configuration file.
Show additional test information:
• Download a zip package from the information tab.
• Click on the gear icon to open the settings page.
• Basic server config and route config files will be generated.
• Edit any of these settings at the bottom.
Run requests on the current test environment:
• Preview requests will be run on the test environment and responses will be shown in the result tab.
• Press the ‘+’ or ‘-‘ button next to the test environment to run or stop a preview request on the environment.
• Press the ‘Search’ button to run a request across multiple routes in the test environment.
• You can create multiple simultaneous requests per test case.
Copy requests to the clipboard:
• Click the clipboard icon next to the request.
• A request will be copied to the clipboard and can be pasted into any dev environment.
Copy response to clipboard:
• Click the clipboard icon next to a response.
• A response will be copied to the clipboard and can be pasted into any dev environment.
Save routes to your configuration file:
• Pressing the save icon in the settings page will save your current settings to a file and your project will then import these settings to a new environment.
Manage mock server

What’s New in the Mockoon?

Install the application and it looks something like this:

Select the mock server you want to create

Add the test URL

App settings and callback URL

Pick the environment you want to create

One mock server per environment

View all the available environments

Choose the timeout duration

Choose the simulated load

Choose a folder

Start the mock server

Of course, the application doesn’t offer much more than that, so if you need to know how it works, then head on over to the link provided below to read more.
Otherwise, feel free to drop a comment and share your experience with the app.
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You can use Mockoon in three different ways. After installing the app, you can run your mock server from any desktop location – Openbox, GNOME, KDE, Microsoft Windows, which includes macOS, which, in turn, can be accessed via Docker. Or you can run your server remotely from a cloud-based provider like DigitalOcean. To each their own, of course.
All is explained in the app’s installation instructions, but the main benefit of running your mock server via cloud providers is that you don’t need to be physically connected to your network.
This way, you can use Mockoon from a mobile device as well, or a remote desktop software such as VNC, RDP, or SSH.

Mockoon Description:
In a nutshell, Mockoon is a user-friendly, no-frills, yet very convenient server mocking utility that should help make a web developer’s life a lot easier by allowing them to create as many mock servers as they want directly from their computers’ desktops, in mere seconds, with the least amount of effort, and without having to resort to third-party services.
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Refreshed version of another popular tool, this tool is used to create mock servers or virtual environments in your system. It allows you to define mock servers and route requests to them.
It also allows you to add responses, capture requests and check the performance of your site and your server’s response.
One of its unique features is the ability to remotely control it by using vnc.

Mockoon Description:
In a nutshell, Mockoon is a user-friendly, no-frills, yet very convenient server mocking utility that

System Requirements For Mockoon:

OS: Windows XP SP3 / Windows Vista SP2 / Windows 7
Processor: Intel® Core™ i3-2120 2.2 GHz / 2.8 GHz / AMD® Athlon™ II X4 635 2.3 GHz / 3.0 GHz
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Hard Drive: 2 GB available space
Video Card: nVidia GeForce® GTX 470 / ATI Radeon HD 5870 2 GB / 1 GB or higher
DirectX®: Version 11 or higher
Input Devices: Keyboard