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DeepfakeHTTP – Your 100% static dynamic backend  ↦

This may seem silly at first, but DeepfakeHTTP actually has a bunch of interesting use cases:

  • Creating the product PoC or demo before even starting out with the backend
  • REST, GraphQL, and other API prototyping and testing
  • Hiding critical enterprise infrastructure behind a simple static facade
  • Hacking and fine-tuning HTTP communications on both server and client sides

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