Posts with the tag open-source:

mokku -- How I built a Go Mocking framework in 5 days

This past week I’ve had the privilege of having a Hack Week where I work, where we can work on whatever we wanted. I ended up building Mokku – a mocking framework for Go that gets out of your way. Key features Invisible: No hard (import) or soft (//go:generate) dependencies to add to your codebase. Unintrusive: Can be included in any developer’s workflow. Doesn’t dictate or enforce how you use it after it’s written.

jsonassert -- A test utility for comparing and verifying JSON

Today I released v1.0.0 of a Go package called jsonassert. It is my first self-motivated open source contribution that I think has a chance of being useful to someone other than just myself. Okay, that’s not quite true but it’s the first one I’ve written in Go. I realised the need for this package when attempting to increase the test confidence of a relatively untested package that sends JSON to a server.