API mocking with OpenAPI. An API mock is a piece of code that allows a developer, with the help of a mock server, to have working API endpoints without writing the code behind it.
An API mock is a piece of code that allows a developer, with the help of a mock server, to have working API endpoints without writing the code behind it.
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API mocking has many useful applications:
Formalizing the API contract in an OpenAPI document is a well-known practice that allows the setup of a unique source of truth: with the help of some tools it also creates API mocks very easily.
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