Welcome to this new release of Mockoon. It brings new exciting features: callbacks, allowing you to make HTTP calls after receiving a request, new CLI import and export commands, and lots of fixes. Read on to learn more about this release.
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We introduced some breaking changes in this major release:
Routes toggling and folders collapsing are now saved at the application level. More details below.
The compatibility of the desktop application with the legacy migration system (pre v1.7.0) was removed. If you are still using a (very!) old version of the desktop application, please upgrade to v5.1.0 before upgrading to v6.0.0. (Issue #1193)
Before this update, routes toggling and folders collapsing were saved at the environment level. When working on our team collaboration feature, we realized that this was not the best way to handle this and that these were rather personal preferences as team members may not be working with the same endpoints at the same time. We therefore decided to migrate these settings to the application level.
A data migration will run when you open the application for the first time after the update. This migration will copy your current routes toggling and folders collapsing settings to the application level.
One consequence is that disabled routes in the UI won't be honored by the CLI automatically. If you want to disable some routes when running the CLI, you can use the
mockoon-cli start --data ~/data.json --disable-routes route1 route2 (disable all routes containing "route1" or "route2"). This flag supports multiple keywords or UUIDs.
When using the serverless package, you can achieve the same result by passing an array of UUIDs or keywords to the
This release introduces a new feature called "callbacks". Callbacks are a way to make one or more HTTP calls after an entering request reaches your route. This is useful to call other APIs or micro-services or to trigger a webhook. Callbacks are fully configurable and can be activated after a certain delay:
You can also associate different callbacks to different route responses:
Head over to the documentation to learn more about this feature.
Two new commands have been added to the CLI to import and export your mocks from and to an OpenAPI specification file. These commands are the equivalent of the import/export menu options in the desktop application.
Here is an example of how to use the commands:
You will find more information about these commands in the CLI documentation.
The desktop application now displays the environment name in the title bar.
We migrated the interface to Bootstrap 5. This was long overdue and will allow us to use the latest Angular features in the future. It was also a good opportunity to clean up the code and polish the interface. (Issue #1185)
When recording requests or mocking from the logs, paths containing parentheses are now correctly handled and escaped in the created route path. (Issue #1190)
Copying a route URL to the clipboard (right click -> Copy full path to clipboard) now correctly uses the hostname defined in the environment settings. (Issue #1201)
We fixed a bug introduced in v5.1.0, causing the app to start in a blank state in rare conditions. (Issue #1203)
number.int helper was producing numbers from 0 to
Number.MAX_SAFE_INTEGER instead of a previous maximum of 99999, which could cause out of bounds exceptions on some systems. We took extra care to migrate all your helpers in the previous version and went through all the changes in Faker.js v8, but this one slipped through. We apologize for the inconvenience and fixed the migration script and usages of the helpers throughout all our resources (documentation, etc.). (Issue #1174)
A big thank you to the following people who helped to make Mockoon better: