Request Matching Rules
Incorporating highly flexible and customizable request matching rules, virtually any kind of request can be matched.
Built with Docker and .NET Core, Orbital can be deployed anywhere Docker is supported, including Windows, Linux, and macOS.
Orbital is a mocking tool that enables rapid microservice development and testing. Orbital supports mocking services by using the OpenAPI spec in both YAML and JSON. Orbital allows for parallel development between front-end and back-end teams by reducing the dependencies between each other. This allows for increased productivity because the back-end team does not have to wait for the front-end team, and vice-versa. Deploying Orbital in your organization is very easy, and can remove these dependencies.
Orbital uses the mockdefinition format to know when and what response to return when a request is matched. A mockdefinition is an annotated OpenAPI spec (written in JSON) that contains the scenarios used to match requests for each endpoint. The OpenAPI spec defines a standard, programming language-agnostic interface description for APIs, allowing humans and computers to understand the capabilities of a service without source code.