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 by   ctimmerm JavaScript Version: v1.20.0 License: MIT

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axios-mock-adapter is a JavaScript library typically used in Testing, Mock, Axios applications. axios-mock-adapter has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has a Permissive License and it has medium support. You can install using 'npm i bookclubz-axios-mock-adapter' or download it from GitHub, npm.
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axios-mock-adapter Key Features

Axios adapter that allows to easily mock requests

Example

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var axios = require("axios");
var MockAdapter = require("axios-mock-adapter");

// This sets the mock adapter on the default instance
var mock = new MockAdapter(axios);

// Mock any GET request to /users
// arguments for reply are (status, data, headers)
mock.onGet("/users").reply(200, {
  users: [{ id: 1, name: "John Smith" }],
});

axios.get("/users").then(function (response) {
  console.log(response.data);
});

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describe("Feature", () => {
  it("requests an endpoint", (done) => {
    var mock = new AxiosMockAdapter(axios);
    mock.onPost("/endpoint").replyOnce(200);

    feature
      .request()
      .then(() => {
        expect(mock.history.post.length).toBe(1);
        expect(mock.history.post[0].data).toBe(JSON.stringify({ foo: "bar" }));
      })
      .then(done)
      .catch(done.fail);
  });
});

Include JS module/file only in development-mode

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externals: isEnvProduction ? {
   'myApiAdapter' : 'window' // or something else global
} : undefined, 

Axios mock adapter giving error 'Error: Request failed with status code 404'

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const users = [{ id: 1, name: "John Smith" }];


const featureTable = (mock: any) => {
  mock.onGet("/users").reply(200, users);
}

export default featureTable;
// dataAPI.js
import axios from 'axios';

export const dataAPI = axios.create(); // general settings like baseURL can be set here
// FeatureTable.js
import React, { useEffect } from 'react';
import { dataAPI } from './dataAPI';

export const FeatureTable = () => {
  useEffect(() => {
    dataAPI.get('http://localhost:8080/users').then(something);
  }, []);

  return (<div>something</div>);
};
// mock.js
import { dataAPI } from './dataAPI';
import MockAdapter from 'axios-mock-adapter';
import { users } from './mockData.js'

const mock = new MockAdapter(dataAPI);
mock.onGet('http://localhost:8080/users').reply(200, users);
// dataAPI.js
import axios from 'axios';

export const dataAPI = axios.create(); // general settings like baseURL can be set here
// FeatureTable.js
import React, { useEffect } from 'react';
import { dataAPI } from './dataAPI';

export const FeatureTable = () => {
  useEffect(() => {
    dataAPI.get('http://localhost:8080/users').then(something);
  }, []);

  return (<div>something</div>);
};
// mock.js
import { dataAPI } from './dataAPI';
import MockAdapter from 'axios-mock-adapter';
import { users } from './mockData.js'

const mock = new MockAdapter(dataAPI);
mock.onGet('http://localhost:8080/users').reply(200, users);
// dataAPI.js
import axios from 'axios';

export const dataAPI = axios.create(); // general settings like baseURL can be set here
// FeatureTable.js
import React, { useEffect } from 'react';
import { dataAPI } from './dataAPI';

export const FeatureTable = () => {
  useEffect(() => {
    dataAPI.get('http://localhost:8080/users').then(something);
  }, []);

  return (<div>something</div>);
};
// mock.js
import { dataAPI } from './dataAPI';
import MockAdapter from 'axios-mock-adapter';
import { users } from './mockData.js'

const mock = new MockAdapter(dataAPI);
mock.onGet('http://localhost:8080/users').reply(200, users);

How to mock multer using jest/enzyme to file upload using axios post mock call

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jest.mock('multer', () => {
  const multer = () => ({
    any: () => {
      return (req, res, next) => {
        req.body = { userName: 'testUser' }
        req.files = [
          {
            originalname: 'sample.name',
            mimetype: 'sample.type',
            path: 'sample.url',
            buffer: Buffer.from('whatever'), // this is required since `formData` needs access to the buffer
          },
        ]
        return next()
      }
    },
  })
  multer.memoryStorage = () => jest.fn()
  return multer
})
const file = Buffer.from('whatever')
// router.test.js

const axios = require('axios')
const MockAdapter = require('axios-mock-adapter')
const express = require('express')
const app = express()
const mock = new MockAdapter(axios)
const request = require('supertest')

const bodyParser = require('body-parser')

const myroute = require('./router')

jest.mock('multer', () => {
  const multer = () => ({
    any: () => {
      return (req, res, next) => {
        req.body = { userName: 'testUser' }
        req.files = [
          {
            originalname: 'sample.name',
            mimetype: 'sample.type',
            path: 'sample.url',
            buffer: Buffer.from('whatever'),
          },
        ]
        return next()
      }
    },
  })
  multer.memoryStorage = () => jest.fn()
  return multer
})

app.use(bodyParser.json())

app.use('/', myroute)

describe('sendFiles', () => {
  const url = '/api/endpoint'

  test('200 response', () => {
    const myMockRes = { mykey: 'myVal' }
    const file = Buffer.from('whatever')
    mock.onPost(url).reply(200, myMockRes)
    return request(app)
      .post('/')
      .send({ userName: 'testUser', files: [file] })
      .expect(200)
      .then((response) => {
        const { data } = response.body
        expect(data).toEqual(myMockRes)
      })
  })
})
jest.mock('multer', () => {
  const multer = () => ({
    any: () => {
      return (req, res, next) => {
        req.body = { userName: 'testUser' }
        req.files = [
          {
            originalname: 'sample.name',
            mimetype: 'sample.type',
            path: 'sample.url',
            buffer: Buffer.from('whatever'), // this is required since `formData` needs access to the buffer
          },
        ]
        return next()
      }
    },
  })
  multer.memoryStorage = () => jest.fn()
  return multer
})
const file = Buffer.from('whatever')
// router.test.js

const axios = require('axios')
const MockAdapter = require('axios-mock-adapter')
const express = require('express')
const app = express()
const mock = new MockAdapter(axios)
const request = require('supertest')

const bodyParser = require('body-parser')

const myroute = require('./router')

jest.mock('multer', () => {
  const multer = () => ({
    any: () => {
      return (req, res, next) => {
        req.body = { userName: 'testUser' }
        req.files = [
          {
            originalname: 'sample.name',
            mimetype: 'sample.type',
            path: 'sample.url',
            buffer: Buffer.from('whatever'),
          },
        ]
        return next()
      }
    },
  })
  multer.memoryStorage = () => jest.fn()
  return multer
})

app.use(bodyParser.json())

app.use('/', myroute)

describe('sendFiles', () => {
  const url = '/api/endpoint'

  test('200 response', () => {
    const myMockRes = { mykey: 'myVal' }
    const file = Buffer.from('whatever')
    mock.onPost(url).reply(200, myMockRes)
    return request(app)
      .post('/')
      .send({ userName: 'testUser', files: [file] })
      .expect(200)
      .then((response) => {
        const { data } = response.body
        expect(data).toEqual(myMockRes)
      })
  })
})
jest.mock('multer', () => {
  const multer = () => ({
    any: () => {
      return (req, res, next) => {
        req.body = { userName: 'testUser' }
        req.files = [
          {
            originalname: 'sample.name',
            mimetype: 'sample.type',
            path: 'sample.url',
            buffer: Buffer.from('whatever'), // this is required since `formData` needs access to the buffer
          },
        ]
        return next()
      }
    },
  })
  multer.memoryStorage = () => jest.fn()
  return multer
})
const file = Buffer.from('whatever')
// router.test.js

const axios = require('axios')
const MockAdapter = require('axios-mock-adapter')
const express = require('express')
const app = express()
const mock = new MockAdapter(axios)
const request = require('supertest')

const bodyParser = require('body-parser')

const myroute = require('./router')

jest.mock('multer', () => {
  const multer = () => ({
    any: () => {
      return (req, res, next) => {
        req.body = { userName: 'testUser' }
        req.files = [
          {
            originalname: 'sample.name',
            mimetype: 'sample.type',
            path: 'sample.url',
            buffer: Buffer.from('whatever'),
          },
        ]
        return next()
      }
    },
  })
  multer.memoryStorage = () => jest.fn()
  return multer
})

app.use(bodyParser.json())

app.use('/', myroute)

describe('sendFiles', () => {
  const url = '/api/endpoint'

  test('200 response', () => {
    const myMockRes = { mykey: 'myVal' }
    const file = Buffer.from('whatever')
    mock.onPost(url).reply(200, myMockRes)
    return request(app)
      .post('/')
      .send({ userName: 'testUser', files: [file] })
      .expect(200)
      .then((response) => {
        const { data } = response.body
        expect(data).toEqual(myMockRes)
      })
  })
})

Async redux actions tests always return pending

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const pendingAction = {
  type: REQUEST_PENDING
}
const expectedActions = [
  pendingAction,
    {
      type: REQUEST_SUCCESS,
      payload: {
        data: payload
      }
    }
]
const pendingAction = {
  type: REQUEST_PENDING
}
const expectedActions = [
  pendingAction,
    {
      type: REQUEST_SUCCESS,
      payload: {
        data: payload
      }
    }
]

SyntaxError: Unexpected token at Yarn Run when deploying Laravel/Vue projekt with pipeline yml

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- mv * $REMOTE_PATH/$BITBUCKET_BUILD_NUMBER
mv * .babelrc $REMOTE_PATH/$BITBUCKET_BUILD_NUMBER
- mv * $REMOTE_PATH/$BITBUCKET_BUILD_NUMBER
mv * .babelrc $REMOTE_PATH/$BITBUCKET_BUILD_NUMBER

Jest + @testing-library/react throws error on a .mjs file from [dom-accessibility-api] library

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const path = require('path')

module.exports = {

    roots: [path.resolve(__dirname, './tests')],

    reporters: [
        "default",
        "jest-junit"
    ],
    coverageReporters: [
      "lcov",
      "text",
      "cobertura"
    ],
    collectCoverageFrom: [
      "src/**/*.{js,jsx}"
    ],
    setupFiles: [        
      path.resolve(__dirname, "./tests/setup.js"),
      "jest-localstorage-mock",
      "jest-canvas-mock"
    ],
  
    setupFilesAfterEnv: [path.resolve(__dirname, './tests/setupAfterEnv.js')],

    testMatch: [
      "**/tests/**/*.test.js"
    ],
  
    testURL: "http://localhost"
}
import '@testing-library/jest-dom/extend-expect'
const path = require('path')

module.exports = {

    roots: [path.resolve(__dirname, './tests')],

    reporters: [
        "default",
        "jest-junit"
    ],
    coverageReporters: [
      "lcov",
      "text",
      "cobertura"
    ],
    collectCoverageFrom: [
      "src/**/*.{js,jsx}"
    ],
    setupFiles: [        
      path.resolve(__dirname, "./tests/setup.js"),
      "jest-localstorage-mock",
      "jest-canvas-mock"
    ],
  
    setupFilesAfterEnv: [path.resolve(__dirname, './tests/setupAfterEnv.js')],

    testMatch: [
      "**/tests/**/*.test.js"
    ],
  
    testURL: "http://localhost"
}
import '@testing-library/jest-dom/extend-expect'

Redux-actions Jest testing

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  it('returns data when sendMessage is called', async () => {
  ...

Testing React Form using Axios to post onSubmit method

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import MockAdapter from 'axios-mock-adapter';

const mock = new MockAdapter(axios);
const resp = 'success';

mock.onGet().reply(201, resp);

Jest/Node Axios Testing Throwing Errors

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    const axios = require('axios');
const axios = require('axios')

export default () => axios.create({baseURL: 'https://url', timeout: 5000})
import api from './api.js' // or const api = require('./api.js')
...
exports.handler = async function (event) {
.... 
return api.get('/', { // make sure not to repeat the baseURL
    auth: {username: user, password: pw}, rejectUnauthorized: false
})
  const result = await lambda.handler(event);
  expect(result).toMatchObject({ status: 200, body: "test" });
try {
  const result = await lambda.handler(event);
  res.json(result.body);
catch (e) {
  res.status(500).send({error: e})
 }
const lambda = require("./index");
const api = require("./api");
const mockAdapter = require("axios-mock-adapter");

it("test get - this will pass", async () => {
  let mock = new mockAdapter(api, {delayResponse: 1000});
  mock.onGet('/').reply({ // make sure to specify the route your're mocking
    status: 200,
    data: {
      expand: 'schema,names',
      startAt: 0,
      maxResults: 50,
      total: 2
    }
  });
  process.env.NODE_TLS_REJECT_UNAUTHORIZED = '0';
  var event = {Key: "12345"};
  const result = await lambda.handler(event);
  console.log(result);
  expect(result).toMatchObject({ status: 200, body: "test" });
  mock.reset();
});
    const axios = require('axios');
const axios = require('axios')

export default () => axios.create({baseURL: 'https://url', timeout: 5000})
import api from './api.js' // or const api = require('./api.js')
...
exports.handler = async function (event) {
.... 
return api.get('/', { // make sure not to repeat the baseURL
    auth: {username: user, password: pw}, rejectUnauthorized: false
})
  const result = await lambda.handler(event);
  expect(result).toMatchObject({ status: 200, body: "test" });
try {
  const result = await lambda.handler(event);
  res.json(result.body);
catch (e) {
  res.status(500).send({error: e})
 }
const lambda = require("./index");
const api = require("./api");
const mockAdapter = require("axios-mock-adapter");

it("test get - this will pass", async () => {
  let mock = new mockAdapter(api, {delayResponse: 1000});
  mock.onGet('/').reply({ // make sure to specify the route your're mocking
    status: 200,
    data: {
      expand: 'schema,names',
      startAt: 0,
      maxResults: 50,
      total: 2
    }
  });
  process.env.NODE_TLS_REJECT_UNAUTHORIZED = '0';
  var event = {Key: "12345"};
  const result = await lambda.handler(event);
  console.log(result);
  expect(result).toMatchObject({ status: 200, body: "test" });
  mock.reset();
});
    const axios = require('axios');
const axios = require('axios')

export default () => axios.create({baseURL: 'https://url', timeout: 5000})
import api from './api.js' // or const api = require('./api.js')
...
exports.handler = async function (event) {
.... 
return api.get('/', { // make sure not to repeat the baseURL
    auth: {username: user, password: pw}, rejectUnauthorized: false
})
  const result = await lambda.handler(event);
  expect(result).toMatchObject({ status: 200, body: "test" });
try {
  const result = await lambda.handler(event);
  res.json(result.body);
catch (e) {
  res.status(500).send({error: e})
 }
const lambda = require("./index");
const api = require("./api");
const mockAdapter = require("axios-mock-adapter");

it("test get - this will pass", async () => {
  let mock = new mockAdapter(api, {delayResponse: 1000});
  mock.onGet('/').reply({ // make sure to specify the route your're mocking
    status: 200,
    data: {
      expand: 'schema,names',
      startAt: 0,
      maxResults: 50,
      total: 2
    }
  });
  process.env.NODE_TLS_REJECT_UNAUTHORIZED = '0';
  var event = {Key: "12345"};
  const result = await lambda.handler(event);
  console.log(result);
  expect(result).toMatchObject({ status: 200, body: "test" });
  mock.reset();
});
    const axios = require('axios');
const axios = require('axios')

export default () => axios.create({baseURL: 'https://url', timeout: 5000})
import api from './api.js' // or const api = require('./api.js')
...
exports.handler = async function (event) {
.... 
return api.get('/', { // make sure not to repeat the baseURL
    auth: {username: user, password: pw}, rejectUnauthorized: false
})
  const result = await lambda.handler(event);
  expect(result).toMatchObject({ status: 200, body: "test" });
try {
  const result = await lambda.handler(event);
  res.json(result.body);
catch (e) {
  res.status(500).send({error: e})
 }
const lambda = require("./index");
const api = require("./api");
const mockAdapter = require("axios-mock-adapter");

it("test get - this will pass", async () => {
  let mock = new mockAdapter(api, {delayResponse: 1000});
  mock.onGet('/').reply({ // make sure to specify the route your're mocking
    status: 200,
    data: {
      expand: 'schema,names',
      startAt: 0,
      maxResults: 50,
      total: 2
    }
  });
  process.env.NODE_TLS_REJECT_UNAUTHORIZED = '0';
  var event = {Key: "12345"};
  const result = await lambda.handler(event);
  console.log(result);
  expect(result).toMatchObject({ status: 200, body: "test" });
  mock.reset();
});
    const axios = require('axios');
const axios = require('axios')

export default () => axios.create({baseURL: 'https://url', timeout: 5000})
import api from './api.js' // or const api = require('./api.js')
...
exports.handler = async function (event) {
.... 
return api.get('/', { // make sure not to repeat the baseURL
    auth: {username: user, password: pw}, rejectUnauthorized: false
})
  const result = await lambda.handler(event);
  expect(result).toMatchObject({ status: 200, body: "test" });
try {
  const result = await lambda.handler(event);
  res.json(result.body);
catch (e) {
  res.status(500).send({error: e})
 }
const lambda = require("./index");
const api = require("./api");
const mockAdapter = require("axios-mock-adapter");

it("test get - this will pass", async () => {
  let mock = new mockAdapter(api, {delayResponse: 1000});
  mock.onGet('/').reply({ // make sure to specify the route your're mocking
    status: 200,
    data: {
      expand: 'schema,names',
      startAt: 0,
      maxResults: 50,
      total: 2
    }
  });
  process.env.NODE_TLS_REJECT_UNAUTHORIZED = '0';
  var event = {Key: "12345"};
  const result = await lambda.handler(event);
  console.log(result);
  expect(result).toMatchObject({ status: 200, body: "test" });
  mock.reset();
});
    const axios = require('axios');
const axios = require('axios')

export default () => axios.create({baseURL: 'https://url', timeout: 5000})
import api from './api.js' // or const api = require('./api.js')
...
exports.handler = async function (event) {
.... 
return api.get('/', { // make sure not to repeat the baseURL
    auth: {username: user, password: pw}, rejectUnauthorized: false
})
  const result = await lambda.handler(event);
  expect(result).toMatchObject({ status: 200, body: "test" });
try {
  const result = await lambda.handler(event);
  res.json(result.body);
catch (e) {
  res.status(500).send({error: e})
 }
const lambda = require("./index");
const api = require("./api");
const mockAdapter = require("axios-mock-adapter");

it("test get - this will pass", async () => {
  let mock = new mockAdapter(api, {delayResponse: 1000});
  mock.onGet('/').reply({ // make sure to specify the route your're mocking
    status: 200,
    data: {
      expand: 'schema,names',
      startAt: 0,
      maxResults: 50,
      total: 2
    }
  });
  process.env.NODE_TLS_REJECT_UNAUTHORIZED = '0';
  var event = {Key: "12345"};
  const result = await lambda.handler(event);
  console.log(result);
  expect(result).toMatchObject({ status: 200, body: "test" });
  mock.reset();
});

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{
  path: DIST_DIR,
  chunkFilename: "[chunkhash].chunk.js",
  publicPath: "/",
 
}

Community Discussions

Trending Discussions on axios-mock-adapter
  • Include JS module/file only in development-mode
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  • How to mock multer using jest/enzyme to file upload using axios post mock call
  • Async redux actions tests always return pending
  • SyntaxError: Unexpected token at Yarn Run when deploying Laravel/Vue projekt with pipeline yml
  • Jest + @testing-library/react throws error on a .mjs file from [dom-accessibility-api] library
  • Redux-actions Jest testing
  • Testing React Form using Axios to post onSubmit method
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QUESTION

Include JS module/file only in development-mode

Asked 2021-May-10 at 10:29

How can I conditionally import a module only in development mode (in my case the axios-mock-adapter package). Also the code should not even be present in the production bundle.

Example code I only want to be included during development:

export const mockUpClient = (api: AxiosInstance): void => {
    // full api mocking, containing lots and lots of data
}

Now I am importing the module based on the following condition:

if (process.env.NODE_ENV === 'development') {
    import("./apiMockAdapter").then((module) => {
        module.mockUpClient(api)
    })
}

The code is still included in the build, however it is not executed in production mode. How is it possible to completely exlude the code from the production bundle (of course without commenting out the code before every build)?

Update

The above example works fine. Before asking the question, I also imported the file from somewhere else, which led to this behaviour.

The accepted answer explains in detail how webpack will bundle the code & modules.

ANSWER

Answered 2021-May-09 at 17:20

Basically:

  • Eject from create-react-app with npm run eject. You may be worried about the maintenance burden but it you look at the create-react-app repo you'll see there are very few meaningful changes in CRA and the upkeep with it is actually higher. If you are insistent on CRA then use craco.
  • Go to webpack.config.js (or craco.config.js if using craco)
  • Add an externals field if the app is running in production mode

Should look something like this. In this object add an externals part:

externals: isEnvProduction ? {
   'myApiAdapter' : 'window' // or something else global
} : undefined, 

This will map import('myApiAdapter') to window in production builds and not include it in the bundle.

That said, webpack should see the dynamic import as a point to break the bundle down into chunks, so it's unclear without seeing your actual code why it is included. Making that file external should bypass any such issues.

Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/67437014

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Install axios-mock-adapter

It's also available as a UMD build:. axios-mock-adapter works on Node as well as in a browser, it works with axios v0.9.0 and above.
https://unpkg.com/axios-mock-adapter/dist/axios-mock-adapter.js
https://unpkg.com/axios-mock-adapter/dist/axios-mock-adapter.min.js

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