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If you find the need to test Webhooks in your application but are having difficulty testing against the real things, there is a new tunnel-to-localhost service called UltraHook that was released this weekend. This tunnel provides you a way to point a Webhook service like Stripe or GitHub to a public address, which in turn will get routed to your localhost application.
If you’ve ever written integration tests in capybara, you know it can be a huge pain. Mike Mazur demonstrates a different approach by using page objects. By abstracting page events into page objects, not only does it become simpler to see meaning in your capybara tests, it also becomes easier to refactor and DRY up your code.
Thuva Tharma wrote in to let us know both about Einhorn, a language-independent, shared socket manager, written and released as a Rubygem by Stripe a couple of years back and an article created this weekend showing how to use it. Einhorn manages the spinning up and down of your workers, holding a worker pool, gracefully shutting down and upgrading workers and avoiding threading and some concurrency issues.
Gracjan Grala, one of the developers at El Passion, recently went to Barcelona Ruby Conf and put together a top 5 list of the talks. If you were curious about checking out Barcelona Ruby Conference but weren’t able to make it, you should definitely check it out.
There’s a new open source app server becoming available on GitHub in about a month. It’s called Raptor and claims to be twice as fast as both Puma and Torquebox and 4 times faster than Unicorn.
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