Working with the AWS SDK for Ruby - Part II

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  • AWS SDK for Ruby

    The official AWS SDK for Ruby.

    We can re-use the same EC2 client stub response because Aws::EC2::Resource#instances implementation it's just a wrapper around the Aws::EC2::Client#describe_instances method, so the underlying EC2 API call is the same. Snippet code from https://github.com/aws/aws-sdk-ruby:

  • ruby_aws_sdk_rspec

    Ruby AWS SDK Client stubbing example with RSpec

    After clarifying in Part I the differences between Aws::EC2::Client, Aws::EC2::Resource and Resources (e.g. Aws::EC2::Vpc, Aws::EC2::Instance, etc), today we'll see how to add tests while we're using AWS SDK for Ruby. We'll follow the repo pabloxio/ruby_aws_sdk_rspec to understand how to stub responses for the AWS EC2 Client.

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