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Make apiary work locally (offline) so that it can be used in tests

It'd be awesome if Apiary can work locally. I want my tests not to depend on the internet. I want them to use the same API Mock that I use for the "real" app (while the API is being developed). It'd be great if I could make apiary work locally.

That way
1) Server documents a change to make
2) Changing blueprint for document changes mock
3) Tests go against new mocks
4) Tests of the client fails.

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    Martin GontovnikasMartin Gontovnikas shared this idea  ·   ·  Admin →
    completed  ·  Lukas LinhartLukas Linhart responded  · 

    Dredd is now the testing tool for verifying your blueprint. For announcement, please see those blog posts: http://blog.apiary.io/2013/10/10/No-more-outdated-API-documentation/ and http://blog.apiary.io/2013/10/17/How-to-test-api-with-api-blueprint-and-dredd/ .

    For particular features and workflow improvements, everyone is more then welcome in Dredd’s issue tracker: https://github.com/apiaryio/dredd

    Dredd is open-source, so feel free to look around!

    Reporting & tigher integration with Apiary is going to be public very soon.

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      • BeatBeat commented  · 

        Is there a way to use my API-Specification offline, so that I could develop against my API-Mock while working offline on a

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