10 Jun '12, 2am

#276 Testing Time & Web Requests - RailsCasts:

It can be difficult to test code that deals with the current time or an external web request. Here I show you how to do both using the Timecop and FakeWeb gems.

Full article: http://railscasts.com/episodes/276-testing-time-web-requests

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