fluentassert - a prototype of yet another assertion library

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    Extensible, type-safe, fluent assertion Go library. (by fluentassert)

    Today morning I woke up with an idea to create an assertion library with a more user-friendly and extensible API (than other popular libraries). The main idea is to create a more user-friendly API than other libraries. Here is the prototype: https://github.com/pellared/fluentassert

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    Fluent assertion-style functions used by goconvey and gunit. Can also be used in any test or application.

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    Professional lightweight testing mini-framework for Go.

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    :exclamation:Basic Assertion Library used along side native go testing, with building blocks for custom assertions (by go-playground)

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