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DuckRails vs RAML: What are the differences?

Developers describe DuckRails as "Open source development tool for mocking API endpoints". DuckRails is an open source development tool that helps developer mock API endpoints quickly & dynamically outside the application code. On the other hand, RAML is detailed as "RESTful API Modeling Language (RAML) makes it easy to manage the whole API lifecycle from design to sharing". RESTful API Modeling Language (RAML) makes it easy to manage the whole API lifecycle from design to sharing. It's concise - you only write what you need to define - and reusable. It is machine readable API design that is actually human friendly.

DuckRails and RAML can be categorized as "API" tools.

Some of the features offered by DuckRails are:

  • development
  • mock
  • api

On the other hand, RAML provides the following key features:

  • Create and pull in namespaced, reusable libraries, containing data types
  • Annotations let you add vendor specific functionality without compromising your spec
  • Traits and resource Types let you take advantage of code reuse and design patterns

"Mock external APIs" is the top reason why over 2 developers like DuckRails, while over 9 developers mention "API Specification" as the leading cause for choosing RAML.

DuckRails is an open source tool with 1.59K GitHub stars and 84 GitHub forks. Here's a link to DuckRails's open source repository on GitHub.

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Pros of DuckRails
Pros of RAML
  • 4
    Mock external APIs
  • 4
    Mocking
  • 2
    Dynamic responses
  • 1
    Ease of use
  • 15
    API Specification
  • 7
    Human Readable
  • 6
    API Documentation
  • 3
    Design Patterns & Code Reuse
  • 2
    API Modeling
  • 2
    Automatic Generation of Mule flow
  • 2
    Unit Testing
  • 1
    API Mocking
  • 1
    SDK Generation

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What is DuckRails?

DuckRails is an open source development tool that helps developer mock API endpoints quickly & dynamically outside the application code.

What is RAML?

RESTful API Modeling Language (RAML) makes it easy to manage the whole API lifecycle from design to sharing. It's concise - you only write what you need to define - and reusable. It is machine readable API design that is actually human friendly.

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