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Python 3 library to mock a http server using Flask

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http-server-mock is a HTTP Server Mock using Flask. You can use it to test possible integrations with your application.

http-server-mock is available on PyPI. To install it just run:

pip install http-server-mock

Using http-server-mock is similar to implement any Flask application.

from http_server_mock import HttpServerMock
import requests
app = HttpServerMock(__name__)

@app.route("/", methods=["GET"])
def index():
    return "Hello world"

with app.run("localhost", 5000):
    r = requests.get("http://localhost:5000/")
    # r.status_code == 200
    # r.text == "Hello world"

HttpServerMock will use a random route to know if the http server is running, if you want to set a specific route to do it just set the parameter is_alive_route:

from http_server_mock import HttpServerMock
app = HttpServerMock(__name__, is_alive_route="/is-alive")

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