"The inspiration for this project At my current job, we develop and maintain a lot of web applications. These web applications have a lot of dependencies on other web services. So I thought: instead of running all these dependent web services on the local dev machine, why not use a stub to make development easier? That's exactly what I did. What it does HttPlaceholder lets you define stubs in easily readable YAML format. These stubs will be read by HttPlaceholder and, when you run HttPlaceholder, every request made will be matched against these stubs. How you built it The application is built using ASP.NET Core 2.1 and Vue.js (for the management GUI)."
Project website: http://httplaceholder.com
Creator website: http://ducode.org
Project twitter: HttPlaceholder
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