📄️ Sample API For Testing
Beeceptor helps you get dummy APIs for testing, offering a sandbox for experimenting, learning, and validating software interactions.
📄️ Unblock Teams With API Mocks
Beeceptor is the simplest and most user-friendly mock API tool available, requiring no coding skills. It ensures that you are never blocked by a broken or unavailable API.
📄️ Building A Test Double For SendGrid/Email APIs
Record traffic between your service & third-party services using Beeceptor. Simulate failures & cut costs during performance testing by mocking an external APIs.
📄️ Simulate Connection Timeout
Beeceptor help simulate connection timeouts by delaying the response from the mock API server, making it appear as if the connection has timed out beyond 60 seconds.
📄️ Webhook Testing and Development
Explore how Beeceptor dedicated domain, local tunneling, and mock server support iterative development.
📄️ Designing Webhooks As Product Feature
To ensure that your webhook feature is a success and developer-friendly, there are several key considerations and best practices to keep in mind.
📄️ Load Testing With Mock APIs
Performance testing in microservices architecture presents unique challenges. With the use of Beeceptor mock servers, SDETs can overcome these challenges, ensuring repeatable and reliable load tests.appear as if the connection has timed out beyond 60 seconds.
📄️ Port Forwarding - Why, What & How
Beeceptor's Local Tunnel establishes a secure connection from your local server to the internet, allowing external applications to connect to your localhost/box, facilitating testing and integration.
📄️ Inspecting API Traffic On Android Apps
Explore the use of Beeceptor for intercepting, capturing, and modifying HTTP and API traffic. Learn to identify and resolve performance issues, detect race conditions, and eliminate redundant API calls.
📄️ Simulating Slow APIs Calls
Use Beeceptor for simulating API latency, enhancing app performance on slower networks, identifying race conditions, and testing third-party API dependencies.