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# yessir
`yessir` creates a mock API server that will accept anything you throw at it (or reject, see below) for testing purposes.
## Install
### Build from source
Make sure Go 1.11+ is installed on your machine. You can follow [this guide]( to do so. On a Mac, just set your $GOPATH and run `brew install go`.
git clone
cd yessir
Now you can execute `yessir`
### Docker
make docker
docker run --rm -it -p 8888:8888
## Usage
Below is the usage of the `run` command.
Start serving!
yessir run [flags]
-c, --cert string Path to the server TLS certificate file (only for https)
-h, --help help for run
-k, --key string Path to the server TLS certificate key file (only for https)
-p, --port int Port to listen on (default 8888)
-r, --return int HTTP return code (200,404,500) (default 200)
-s, --scheme string Scheme http|https (default "http")
Noteworthy options are `-r` to return a different http code rather than 200. And `-s` to pick https (which works inconjunction with `-k` and `-c` for TLS) as the scheme.
### Examples
yessir run
Is the simplest way to run `yessir`. It will start a server on port `8888` that will listen for all requests.
yessir -p 8877 -s https -c ~/Downloads/ -k ~/Downloads/ -r 500
The example above will listen for `https` requests on port `8877` and, instead of returning `200`, it will always return a `500` error.