At a customer we are building lots of microservices with Spring boot which runs on Pivotal Cloud Foundry hosted at the Azure platform.
Some of these microservices are called from web pages with certain specific information, like field info.
So in our projects we have most of the time a test html page to mimic the actual behavior.
NodeJS http-server to the rescue
there is a very nice NPM package, http-server, to host this test page with a minimal of effort
Easiest way is to install it globally by the following command in a command line.
Now you can use it everywhere.
Next step is to go to the directory in the command line, where the test page is located.
There fire the commando
In the command line you will see the http server starting and on which port the page is availableby