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Mock Express server generated based on your views, that can come in handy when developing REST APIs with Django

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Django REST Mock

Mock Express server generated based on your views, that can come in handy when developing REST APIs with Django.

Requirements

Requires Django 1.11 or later and Node.js.

Installation

Using pip:

$ pip install django-rest-mock

Then include rest_mock_server into your INSTALLED_APPS:

INSTALLED_APPS = (
    ...
    'rest_mock_server',
    ...
)

Usage

Generates an ExpressJS file:

$ python manage.py genmockserver

Starts an ExpressJS server (it will generate an ExpressJS file if necessary):

$ python manage.py startmockserver [--file]

–file (Optional): Specifies ExpressJS file to be used

Example

Let’s say you have an app with the following views.py, you will need to include the following syntax in your docstrings:

class SomeView(APIView):
    """
    URL: /some-view/
    """

    def get(self, request, *args, **kwargs):
        """
        ```
        {
            "data": "Hello, world!"
        }
        ```
        """
        pass

And then you run python manage.py genmockserver, you will get an index.js generated in your current directory

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