Testing Time & Web Requests

Submitted by Christoph Olszowka 2011-08-01 14:28:45 UTC
Source:  http://railscasts.com/episodes/276-testing-time-web-requests

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Timecop

A gem providing "time travel" and "time freezing" capabilities, making it dead simple to test time-dependent code. It provides a unified method to mock Time.now, Date.today, and DateTime.now in a single call.

Rubygem timecop

Total Downloads
8363164
Releases
38
Current Version
0.8.0
Released
2015-07-28 00:00:00 UTC
First Release
2009-03-07 05:00:00 UTC
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Github travisjeffery/timecop

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1992
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Last commit
2015-12-28 23:37:28 UTC

Fakeweb

FakeWeb is a helper for faking web requests in Ruby. It works at a global level, without modifying code or writing extensive stubs.

Rubygem fakeweb

Total Downloads
1862292
Releases
14
Current Version
1.3.0
Released
2010-08-22 07:00:00 UTC
First Release
2009-03-11 07:00:00 UTC
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Github chrisk/fakeweb

Watchers
915
Forks
103
Development activity
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Last commit
2013-12-03 01:53:02 UTC
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VCR

Record your test suite's HTTP interactions and replay them during future test runs for fast, deterministic, accurate tests.

Rubygem vcr

Total Downloads
4182582
Releases
61
Current Version
3.0.0
Released
2015-11-01 00:00:00 UTC
First Release
2010-02-25 08:00:00 UTC

Github vcr/vcr

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2791
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309
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Webmock

WebMock allows stubbing HTTP requests and setting expectations on HTTP requests.

Rubygem webmock

Total Downloads
9466024
Releases
84
Current Version
1.22.1
Released
2015-10-12 00:00:00 UTC
First Release
2009-11-20 00:00:00 UTC

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1411
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206
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Last commit
2014-06-22 11:34:05 UTC
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