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HTTPretty - HTTP client mocking tool for Python, it's like ruby's FakeWeb for python

  •    Python

Due to big API incompatibility between python 3.3, 3.4 and 3.5, the author of HTTPretty is not supporting python3 officially. You will notice that the travis build for python 3 might be broken, and while pull requests fixing py3 support are most welcome, it is still not official at least for now. Since you are interested in HTTPretty you should also be interested in speeding up your build. Replace pip with curdling and see your build running a lot faster.

pook - Versatile and expressive HTTP traffic mocking and expectations made easy in Python

  •    Python

Versatile, expressive and hackable utility library for HTTP traffic mocking and expectations made easy in Python. Heavily inspired by gock.To get started, see the documentation, how it works, FAQ or examples.

webmockr - R library for stubbing and setting expectations on HTTP requests

  •    R

R library for stubbing and setting expectations on HTTP requests. The very very short version is: webmockr helps you stub HTTP requests so you don't have to repeat yourself.

ava-playback - ๐Ÿ“ผ ๐Ÿš€ Record and playback http requests from your ava tests

  •    TypeScript

Dealing with HTTP requests in the tests can be painful and what is more important error prone, since we have to stub everything by hand. There are few libraries to help with this situation, like node-nock. But their setup is something complicated (I didn't manage to setup node-nock to record requests and play them back) and they require a lot of manual steps to write single test. ๐Ÿ“ผ ava-playback is here to help. In record mode, when you write your test, you just allow your app to call real APIs and when you ready, you just switch from record to playback mode and it's done ๐ŸŽ‰. In background ava-playback will record new requests and use already existing playbacks for the rest.

httpmock - HTTP mocking library for Rust.

  •    Rust

HTTP mocking library for Rust. The above example will spin up a lightweight HTTP mock server and configure it to respond to all GET requests to path /translate with query parameter word=hello. The corresponding HTTP response will contain the text body ะŸั€ะธะฒะตั‚.

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