API Simulator for Easy and Realistic API Simulations
Applications Heavily Depend on APIs
It is common for an application to depend on the APIs of a dozen or more other applications and components.
These direct dependencies in turn have their own API dependencies, which may depend on even more APIs and so on...
Problems with API Dependencies Hinder Testing and Development
Testing and development come to a halt when any one of the direct and transitive API dependencies is needed but unavailable.
Development of API Clients can be at standstill waiting for the delivery of new APIs.
External APIs charge pay-per-transaction fees even in non-production environments.
Often times API dependencies enforce rate limiting making performance testing impossible.
The Solution? API Simulations!
API Simulations imitate real APIs or APIs not built yet
API Simulations mimic the direct dependencies.
An API Simulation behaves and outputs static and dynamic data if it was "the real deal".
API Simulations are always available and every time with the right test data.
News and Announcements
API Simulator 1.8 Release
December 28, 2020
It is here: API Simulator version 1.8 is available for download! New features (who said Admin APIs?) and internal improvements make API Simulator leaner and meaner tool for your toolbox. Read more…
API Simulator 1.7 is GA!
August 05, 2020
We are happy to release new features and improvements in version 1.7 of API Simulator. Read more…
API Simulator 1.6 is out!
March 15, 2020
We are excited to announce API Simulator version 1.6! Simulating disruptions, creating chaos, injecting faults...whatever you call it – API Simulator now supports a few new disruptions to help your application be ready for the real world. Read more…
HTTP/2 with API Simulator 1.5!
December 30, 2019
We are excited to announce API Simulator version 1.5 and the support for the HTTP/2 protocol! To our knowledge, API Simulator is the first free fully functional API simulation tool to support HTTP/2. Read more…
Let us know what you think at [feedback at APISimulator.com]. Many thanks for your interest and support!
Happy API Simulating!