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Episode #61 - March 23, 2010

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In this episode we cover the Ruby 1.9.2 release schedule, Sproutcore 1.0, scaling Ruby, Rack::Throttle , WebMock, and last but certainly not least, Blue Light Special.

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  • Red Dirt Ruby
  • Ruby 1.9.2 Schedule
  • SproutCore 1.0
  • Ruby Scales
  • Rack::Throttle
  • WebMock
  • Blue Light Special
  • Ruby5

Stubbing and Setting Expectations on HTTP Requests Is Now Easy With WebMock Jump to Story

When testing and stubbing external service calls, we often turn to FakeWeb or even Sinatra. But neither of those solutions give you the ability to define formal call expectations or easily match POST requests by the body or request headers. So, to address those and other issues, Bartosz Blimke created WebMock a new stubbing and expectation library for Net::HTTP-driven remote services.

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