webpack-api-mocker - webpack-api-mocker is a webpack-dev-server middleware that creates mocks for REST APIs

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webpack-api-mocker is a webpack-dev-server middleware that creates mocks for REST APIs. It will be helpful when you try to test your application without the actual REST API server. 🔥 Built in support for hot Mocker file replacement. 🚀 Quickly and easily configure the API via JSON. 🌱 Mock API proxying made simple.

https://npm.im/webpack-api-mocker
https://github.com/jaywcjlove/webpack-api-mocker

Dependencies:

body-parser : ^1.18.3
chokidar : ^2.0.4
colors-cli : ^1.0.13
http-proxy : ^1.17.0
path-to-regexp : ^2.2.1

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