We use auth0 as the authentication and it works really good.
However, we have a significant number of e2e and api integration tests.
For all the tests it has to make a call to your servers to get a jwt token.
Unfortunately that process is adding seconds to each test and causing significant delays to our dev / test and ci/cd pipeline.
There has to be a way to avoid constantly hitting your servers (we’ve had to throttle our test framework so we don’t look like we ddos you)
My question is how can I achieve that win-win situation? Can I generate a token locally myself and avoid calling you? Do I try and do some caching?
What is the recommended way to mock that call and pass generic working token to all my apis?