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RESTBot is a mock HTTP server, which can be configured to pretend like any HTTP service.

With RESTBot, you can define URLs and specify the content of those URLs from a web interface. This is particularly handy when you are,

- writing a mobile app that connects with a third party API
- writing a JS heavy frontend app independent of the backend that someone else will build
- want to see how your app responds to different sets of data from the same endpoint (eg: login success, failure, unavailable, etc)

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