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Episode #248 - February 21, 2012

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See, what we have here is an Enumerization of the Virtus wherein Pelusa, the Deploy Doorkeeper, gets Kronk. It's on Ruby5... and pudding pops.

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Compare server responses with Kronk Jump to Story

Jeremie Castagna has been working on a library called Kronk which can be very useful for API developers. With Kronk, you can read server responses in multiple formats (like JSON or XML) and compare both their structure and content. It'll give you early indications if your API is becoming out-of-sync between response formats.

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