November 1, 2017 Embedded API Simulator is an indispensable tool for simulating API calls in tests or the calling of APIs that don’t exist yet. Few weeks back we released the Embedded API Simulator packed with features. Something that was missing was support for simulating API calls over HTTPS. This release adds to the… Read More »API Simulator 0.6.1 Release
October 7, 2017 You’ve asked and we delivered – embedded API Simulator you can start, stop, and use to simulate HTTP APIs from within your applications. Built on the standalone API Simulator’s foundation, embedded API Simulator also offers an intuitive and simple to use Java DSL (Domain-Specific Language) for defining simulations and their… Read More »Embedded HTTP API Simulator is Here!
May 28, 2017 The focus of this API Simulator v0.5.2 release is new Test Data Management (TDM) capabilities related to the generation and use of random values in API simulations. Here are the highlights: New random token generator makes it easy to generate random text values according to a pattern. New random number parameter… Read More »API Simulator 0.5.2 Release
March 5, 2017 This release improves various aspects of working with API Simulator and running the example simulations. API Simulator v0.5.1 Release Changes Removed the separate startup and shutdown scripts for Linux and Windows. Now it is just one script – apisimulator/apisimulator.bat – with ‘start’ and ‘stop’ arguments. Improvements to the apisimulator, apisimulator.bat, apiclient,… Read More »API Simulator 0.5.1 Release
February 12, 2017 By default, Docker containers run as root. Using root is dangerous and it may not be available in all environments. “Best practices for writing Dockerfiles” recommend that “…If a service can run without privileges, use USER to change to a non-root user”. There is a twist to this – for better… Read More »Running Docker Containers with Non-root Users or Random User IDs