Accelerating OpenAPI Design & Development with Next-Level Mocking
As a developer or tester of APIs, mocking (sometimes called stubbing) is a useful practice. It allows you to mimic a response from a web service or API. However, when you try to scale those responses, and generate rich, dynamic test data, mocking becomes unwieldy. The time it takes to build mocks in order to mimic hundreds of responses slows down your development process.
So how do you take your mocking to the next-level? A service virtualization tool allows you to import an OpenAPI (or Swagger, WSDL, etc.) definition and record live traffic, or manually virtualize your RESTful or SOAP service to create a "living" web service in just minutes.
What will we cover in this eBook?
- Basic concepts: Mocking and sandboxing
- Key challenges associated with mocs and sandboxes
- Taking basic mocking to the next level with service virtualization
- A comparison of mocking vs. virtualization
- Service virtualization with ServiceV Pro