This was supposed to be a very technical post about the merits of Fixjour over other fixture replacement libraries. But I simply don’t have time so I will just say that I am really enjoying using Fixjour and recommend everyone check it out. You can find Fixjour on github. It is authored by the excellent and prolific Pat Nakajima.
The thing I really like about it is it’s simplicity. It does everything I need and nothing I don’t. Please see the readme file for an example of how to use it.
Using it you can get your daily fix! Ha, get it? “Fix” like fixture and “daily” like jour (jour is day in French). — That’s funny, right?
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