Bad ass client side mocking solution
Add to your packages:
npm install mimic --save
Require in your app:
Once you reload the application, the Mimic logo will appear in bottom right corner.
If you want to use mocks which will be committed into git and you're using webpack you can use the following code to import the mocks on application start:
import mimic from 'mimic';const mocks = require.context(__dirname + '/mocks', true, /\.json$/);mocks.keys().forEach((key) => mimic.import(JSON.stringify(mocks(key))));
This assumes your mocks are placed in the mocks directory which is located at the root of the project. In the mocks directory you have exports for either complete scenarios or separate mock requests.
Clone the repo
Install dependencies (at the root of the repo):
Run the project
Build for deployment
npm run build
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