Reduce Dependencies and increase developer productivity by deploying mock API contracts.
All you need is to create an endpoint, define mocking rules and send mocked responses.
Copy the endpoint URL and start sending requests.
It's that simple!
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Beeceptor has been a trusted provider of API design, API mocking and HTTP debugging services for over five years, empowering software teams to work more efficiently.
For developers and QA in various industries and enterprises, Beeceptor is widely adopted to reduce inter-team dependencies, and accelerate software delivery.
Beeceptor is my goto solution for when I have to quietly observe something in server-side production code, where another logging proxy or remote debugger like Sentry might require a complex installation or extra libraries. Having Beeceptor as a man-in-the-middle between your app and its api is a fantastic tool for working with semi-live data where logging or throwing bogus responses into the datastream is condition you want to test.
For the cost, I am impressed with the features provided. It has been relatively easy to implement within my team, with the ability to create new mocking rules directly via the request logs. Being able to tailor and randomise the responses has been quick and easy to implement. This tool has made it easy to create services that mock these APIs so we can develop and deploy our software with confidence.
Beeceptor Use Cases
Beeceptor solves versatile range of use cases tailored to enhance your development workflow and enabling you to expedite API integrations and software delivery!
Inspect HTTP Traffic
Get a named sub-domain and send an HTTP request.
You can inspect the request payload and headers here, pretty-format the payloads and share with your peers.
Wrap an existing API domain with a Beeceptor endpoint to enable proxy mode.
Intercept all the traffic going to the original API. Additionally, you can use mocking rules to mock a few requests and forward the rest to target API.