Command line for stub-backend library

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The aim of this project is to mock backend services building different responses for a given authentication, cookie or request among others. stub-cli is a command line which helps you to create new projects, generate methods and test template. Keep it simple :smile:
Install the library:


Globally (recommended): ``` npm install -g @hectorjs/stub-cli ``` or locally: ``` npm install @hectorjs/stub-cli --save-dev ```


Globally (recommended): ``` yarn add -g @hectorjs/stub-cli ``` or locally: ``` yarn add @hectorjs/stub-cli --save-dev ```


Verify your hjs command is installed correctly. ```sh hjs --version ``` ```sh hjs --help ```

1) ``hjs --help``

It will display posible options available in the library.

2) ``hjs new/n [name-mock-service]``

It creates a new project with the name provided in the brakets. Example: ``hjs new mock-service`` You can add the option ``--vs` or `--idea`` to open the IDE. If you execute the command without project name (``hjs new`), the terminal will ask you for a new project (`Create new project? [Yn] `). Response _y_ when you want to create it (This is like `hjs new [name-project]``) or response n when you want to set in your own package.json project. MORE INFO: ``hjs new --help``

3) ``hjs generate/g [method] [name-path]``

It will generate a method template resource with a test. For example , ``hjs g get customers/{id}/business?product={param}`). More info: `hjs g --help``. You can generate different methods like get, head, post, delete among others. For each method, it creates a test with dummy data. It will reduce the time to test the mock. Give it a try. The request and response are json by default. If you want to create a scenario for xml, you have to include ``--xml`` in you cli. You can group each resource using the --package with the name of the folder where resource will be place. For example: ``hjs g g customers --package customer`` NOTE: The endpoint should not start with '/' for the cli and you should escape '&' like the next example: ``hjs g post customers/{id}/products?query={param1}\&identifier={identifier}`` MORE INFO: ``hjs generate --help``

4) ``hjs test``

Execute the tests which have been created by each method generate command (``hjs g get ...``). You can add different properties to the command as port, logs or profile. NOTE: you can run ``npm run _test` or `yarn _test`` as well. MORE INFO: ``hjs test --help`` Also you can add ``--logs [type] --port [port] --profile [profile]``

5) ``hjs config [prop]``

Create a config file (.hjs.config.json) where you can set the logs, port, among others settings. ``hjs config --port 8090 --logs tiny --banner`` The library use morgan library for the logs, so you can add different kind of logs as tiny, common... MORE INFO: ``hjs config --help``

6) ``hjs start``

If you want to run the mock ``hjs start`. Also if you want to run the mocks with nodemon listening the changes under the resources folder, execute `hjs start --dev``. NOTE: you can run ``npm run _start` or `yarn _start`` as well. MORE INFO: ``hjs start --help``
This section is in progress at this moment. You can run the application and navigate to ``http://localhost:3005/`` and have a look. You need to execute the command with ui-enable option available. Also, you can add the following option in your hjs.config.js file: ```json {
"enable": true
} ``` MORE INFO: ``hjs start --open --ui-enable``
Once you create a new project, it is adding a health check endpoint by default with its test. Let's create a project called ``mock-service`` ```sh hjs new mock-service ``` We navigate to the mock-service root and execute the test: ```sh hjs test ``` You will see there is already a health check endpoint by default. If you want to run the server and test it. You need to execute the start command: ```sh hjs start ``` The service will be running in the port 3005 waiting for a request. Make a request: ```sh curl http://localhost:3005/health ``` The response will be like this: ```json {
} ``` Now you can start adding new methods for your project. Enjoy! :heart: