A tutorial for Meeshkan
An interactive tutorial for getting started with Meeshkan.
Install via pip:
$ pip install meeshkan-tutorial
This tutorial has been tested on Python 3.6, 3.7, and 3.8.
After installing, you can begin the tutorial by invoking from the command line:
Once you've run this, you should see:
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What to expect
By the end of this tutorial, you'll know how to use Meeshkan to:
- Record server traffic from an API
- Transform those recordings into an OpenAPI spec
- Create a mock server from the spec
You'll repeat this two times: once to build a mock server that serves back recordings (similar to wiremock or hoverfly), and once to build a mock server that serves back synthetic data (similar to unmock or fast-check). The tutorial will end by showing how these two modes can be mixed.
What is Meeshkan
Meeshkan is a tool for mocking HTTP APIs for use in sandboxes as well as for automated and exploratory testing. It uses a combination of API definitions, recorded traffic and code in order to make crafting mocks as enjoyable as possible.
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