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mockry - A rich mock server you have searched for

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A simple but rich mock HTTP server you have searched for.

  • Easy to start. Get the docker package and start hacking in a minutes.
  • Easy to use. Create a simple JSON with your mock data and pass it as param to mockry.
  • Rich. Parse input CSV, convert it to JSON, send it at some URL and return the combined result? It's just a small things mockry can do for you. No programming required.



mockery should be used as a standalone application inside a Docker container.

Pull the official image from Docker Hub:

$ docker pull glibin/mockry:latest
$ docker run -p 7777:7777 -it glibin/mockry

To use your custom schema create and edit application.json file and link containing directory to your container:

$ docker run -p 7777:7777 -v /path/to/application/json/dir:/data -it glibin/mockry

Or you can build your own image:

$ docker build -t mockry .
$ docker run -p 7777:7777 -it mockry

From the source

Python 3.7+ is required to run mockry. You can install it from or with your OS package manager.

$ python3.7 -m venv .venv
$ source .venv/bin/activate
$ pip install -r requirements.txt
$ python -m mockry

Possible options:

Option Description Default
--host=<host> Host to bind the server
--port=<port> Port to bind the server 7777
--json=<path_to_json> Path to application json file application.json
--debug=<mode> Debug mode (if true the changes in application json file would be automatically applied) true
--help Show all available options

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