Archive for February, 2017

Stubmatic 5 is live now

February 25, 2017 Leave a comment

Stubmatic is a npm tool which runs from CLI and it can be used to mock or proxy HTTP(s) calls. It helps to create simulators/stub/mocks of HTTP(s)/REST/SOAP easily. You can create mocked dynamic response without any programming. I recently published it’s 5th version yesterday with following additional features;

  • Robust: 97%+ code coverage. Many bugs are fixed. Code quality and structure is improved.
  • Now you can map multiple HTTP methods to a single method (not in short notations)
  • Short notations
  • Now you can proxy selected requests to other servers/simulators. This feature open many possibilities.
  • You can validate yaml, json from CLI for quick feedback. I’ll add the support to validate XML soon.
  • 2 more file stratigies are added.
  • You can debug HTTP requests from CLI
  • Support of yarn for fast installation
  • Now stubmatic can be started from nodejs code as well

You can visit the site for latest updates and tutorials.

Categories: Other

Life is so Simple, Dont make it Complex

February 16, 2017 Leave a comment

Every tear is a sign of brokenness Cutting Onions!,

Every silence is sign of lonliness Zero balance,

Every smile is sign of kindness Daily Brushing,

Every sms is sign of remembrance extra balance.


Life is so Simple

Don’t make it Complex with difficult Explanations ..

Dealing with FEAR


when the source of our fear is the news, there is a really simple solution

Just turn it off

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Often the problem is serious, but the solution may be very simple

A patient walks into a psychiatrist’s office and says to the doctor:

“Whenever I’m laying down, I feel like there’s someone under my bed. When I look under the bed, I feel like someone’s on top of the bed. Under, over, under, over. I’m going crazy!”

“I have a 2 year treatment plan,” says the psychiatrist.

“Come three times a week and you’ll be cured from this problem,” he continues.

“How much will you charge for this treatment?” asks the patient.

“$70.00 per session,” replies the psychiatrist.

“Well, I’m going to think about it,” concludes the patient.

They bump into each other six months later.

“Why didn’t you come see me anymore?” asks the psychiatrist.

“At 70 bucks, three times a week, for 2 years, your sessions were going to be too expensive. So I met this guy at the bar and he cured me for $5.00,” says the patient.

“Oh really? How?”

The patient replies, “For $5.00, he cut the legs off my bed…”

Often the problem is serious, but the solution may be very simple!

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