May 31, 2018 After the big milestone – the release of API Simulator 1.0.0 – we focused on the online documentation. The decision was to go with Asciidoctor. We really like the AsciiDoc syntax it uses that goes beyond the various Markdown variations as well as the available publishing toolchain. AsciiBinder currently provides templating,… Read More »New Asciidoctor-published Documentation
April 20, 2018 We are very pleased to announce the release of API Simulator version 1.0.0. What a milestone! API Simulator has certainly matured well beyond the point to give it the designation of version 1.0.0. Extensive list of features and ease of use with our intuitive YAML DSL (Domain-Specific Language) make API Simulator… Read More »API Simulator 1.0.0 Release!
March 23, 2018 The v0.9.0 release introduces enhancements and additions to the YAML DSL (domain-specific language) for configuring simulation simlets for the Standalone API Simulator: CSV (comma-separated values) data as source for parameter values. The CSV data can come from files or be embedded in the simlet’s configuration. SQL data store (RDBMS) as source… Read More »API Simulator 0.9.0 Release
March 9, 2018 We have awesome news! API Simulator release 0.8.2 is out and it makes available the all-new Simula Template Engine for API simulations response templating. Modeling API Simulations and configuring dynamic responses using intuitive YAML DSL (Domain Specific Language) is now easier and more flexible than ever before. Simula Template Engine Simula… Read More »Introducing the Simula Template Engine
December 31, 2017 What a great way to end 2017! Modeling API Simulations via configuration for the Standalone API Simulator is now easier than ever with our new YAML-based DSL (Domain Specific Language). YAML has gained wide acceptance as the language of choice for configuration. Concise and expressive, our YAML DSL is easy to… Read More »It is here: YAML DSL for API Simulation Modeling