In this series of articles we will attempt to compare Mockadillo with several API mocking services. For this article, we will be comparing Mockadillo’s features and pricing against FakeJSON.
FakeJSON is a simple tool that stops at allowing you to just create a simple mock of an http endpoint that returns JSON.
|Hierarchy of elements||Yes||No|
|Generated response values||Yes||Yes|
|Long log retention||Yes||No|
|Team access control||Yes||No|
|Route conditions allowing fine grained control of responses||Yes||No|
|Visual conditions definition for responses||Yes||No|
|Route proxying to a different https endpoint||Yes||No|
|CORS support by default||Yes||Yes|
|Import of API definitions||Yes||No|
|Free plan logs request response content||Yes||Yes|
|Custom subdomain with free plan||Yes||No|
|Unlimited team members available||Yes||No|
|Basic plan price||$15||$12|
So we can see that for a small difference in pricing, Mockadillo offers a lot more features, and doesn’t fall short in anything. Feel free to give us a try by signing up for a free account