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It's time for testing, and to check your endpoint status with the help of your favorite testing framework 🧪.


Installation in your project 📁

npm install -D coverty

Usage 🎯

Import the module with coverty or custom name from library 📦

Create a client base urls and set globals properties for requests

import converty from 'converty'

const coverty = require('converty').default

// Implementation

const client = converty.setup({
  baseUrl: 'https://myurl/api',
  // Optional global start
  globalHeaders: {
    'myCustomGlobalHeader': 'value'
  globalBody: {
    'myCustomGlobalBody': 'value'
  globalQuerys: {
    'myCustomGlobalQuerys': 'value'
  // Optional global end

/* The second parameter of all methods receives an options object similar to the global, but local, so that they only work on this client invocation. */

client.get('/posts', options...).then((results) => {
    console.log(results.information.timeFetching) // in milliseconds
}).catch((err) => {

The methods 🧩

All methods can be used without creating the client, but if you don't want to repeat certain things, it's better to create the client.

Documentation for http methods taken from here.

Method library Description
coverty.generator It is a set of methods to obtain fake data to interact with our APIs, they are stored locally and are generated from Mockaroo.
coverty.setup Instantiate certain global parameters and the base of your url to which you are going to make requests. Returning an object with methods named the same as http verbs.
coverty.get The GET method requests a representation of the specified resource. Requests using GET should only retrieve data. The POST method submits an entity to the specified resource, often causing a change in state or side effects on the server.
coverty.put The PUT method replaces all current representations of the target resource with the request payload.
coverty.delete The DELETE method deletes the specified resource.
coverty.patch The PATCH method applies partial modifications to a resource.

The fake data generator has all its methods named intuitively for use. You can generate all of the following data just by calling the method.

  • Animals
  • Image base64 string
  • Boolean
  • Cars brands
  • Hex colors
  • Colors names
  • Cities
  • Country codes
  • Dates
  • SQL datetime
  • Emails
  • Firts names
  • Last names
  • Genders
  • Movie title
  • Numbers
  • Passwords
  • Text (optional max param object value from method)
  • Timestamp
  • Timezone
  • MongodbId
import converty from 'converty'

const coverty = require('converty').default

// Example generate a email

const emailGenerated = converty.generator.getEmail() // Random email


This only returns 1 element, if you want more than one you could click and fill in an array to send your data if you need it

import converty from 'converty'

const coverty = require('converty').default

// Example generate array of emails

const data = []

for(let i = 0; i < 5; i++){


The responses

  1. Response.status: status code of the request http.
  2. Response.headers: headers response by the server.
  3. data response by the server.
  4. Response.information.timeFetching: server response time in milliseconds.
  5. Response.information.timeTranformationJson: time to transform the JSON.
  6. Response.information.url: url where the request was directed.
  7. Response.information.sentHeaders: headers sent to server.
  8. Response.information.sentBody: body sent to server.
  9. Response.information.sentQuerys: query sent to server.

Thanks to typescript you will be able to have autocompletion in visual studio code and other popular IDEs, so you can easily extract the api responses and some performance information. Just like typescript helps with module methods for easy use.


npm i coverty

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