What if you want to build JET UI, but there is no back-end REST service ready yet. You could use static JSON data inside JET app and load it from the JSON file. This works, but data retrieval logic will need to be changed after REST service will be ready. This is not productive. Ideally you would like to have fake REST service to simulate REST calls from JET UI, until real REST back-end is ready.
This can be achieved with JSON Server. It provides full fake REST API to be used by front-end client. It is extremely easy to setup JSON Server with NPM. Run npm install to setup JSON Server: npm install -g json-server
Create simple JSON file with data structure - this will be served from JSON Server: Read the complete article here.
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