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I wrote a client that sends a message via HTTP and gets a certain response. Now I want to unit test the HTTP sending. I did stub the client so I can test my other classes, but I would love to have the HTTP sending also in my automatic unit tests. Is there some "dummy HTTP server" I can start from code, and configure to give a certain response back? I probably am not the first one to need something like this, so I rather search first, before I start programming
What about mocking/stubbing the socket or something like that?
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