Nirmalya Ghosh
Sep 3, 2020 ⋅ 7 min read

Getting started with Mock Service Worker

Nirmalya Ghosh I'm a computer science engineer specializing in web design and development with an eye for detail. I have over three years of experience with React and also fiddle with Ruby on Rails and Elixir.

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2 Replies to "Getting started with Mock Service Worker"

  1. Hi Nirmalya,

    is MSW work for axios.get call, I am trying to intercept the axios response with mock response using MSW.

    Thank you

  2. MSW setupserver – server.listen() can be run in client side?. I’m planning to integrate MSW with angular 16 application, But when i try to add server.listen() in angular environment.ts file and compile the application throws below errors,

    Error: Module not found: Error: Package path ./node is not exported from package C:\Stash\New modern-ui\node_modules\msw (see exports field in C:\Stash\New modern-ui\node_modules\msw\package.json)

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