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JSON Blob was created to help parallelize client/server development. Mock JSON responses can be defined using the online editor and then clients can use the JSON Blob API to retrieve and update the mock responses.
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JSON Blob

JSON Blob was created to help parallelize client/server development. Mock JSON responses can be defined and stored using the online editor and then clients can use the JSON Blob API to retrieve and update the mock responses.

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Building & Running JSON Blob

  1. To run JSON Blob, you'll need the following things installed:
    • Java (version 1.8+)
    • Maven
  2. Build the JSON Blob jar - from the command line run mvn clean package.
  3. Start JSON Blob - from the command line run java -Ddw.blobManager.fileSystemBlogDataDirectory=<PATH TO STORE BLOBS ON THE FILESYSTEM> -jar target/jsonblob.jar server target/config/jsonblob.yml. You'll need to replace <PATH TO STORE BLOBS ON THE FILESYSTEM> with the path where you want to store blobs on the file system.
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