v0.1.48(4 months ago)
MirageJS is a powerful API mocking library for front-end developers. It allows you to easily create a mock server and define routes, endpoints, and responses to simulate API behavior. With MirageJS, you can develop and test your front-end application without relying on a real backend server.
@pollyjs/core is a versatile and powerful library for recording, replaying, and stubbing HTTP requests. It provides advanced features like request/response interception, dynamic responses, and request filtering. MirageJS, on the other hand, is a full-featured API mocking library that allows you to create a mock server with routes, models, and relationships. It also supports database seeding and complex data scenarios.
Both libraries provide a good developer experience. @pollyjs/core has a simple and intuitive API, and its documentation is comprehensive and well-maintained. MirageJS also has a user-friendly API and provides excellent documentation with examples and guides to help developers get started quickly.
Both @pollyjs/core and MirageJS have active and supportive communities. They have regular updates, bug fixes, and new features being added. However, MirageJS has a larger community and more contributors, which means it has a wider range of community-supported plugins and extensions.
Both libraries are scalable and can handle complex scenarios. However, MirageJS is specifically designed for building complex mock servers with relationships and database seeding, making it a better choice for larger and more sophisticated projects.