In-memory SQS For Unit Testing

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If you need an in-memory, functional SQS client during unit tests you can now use .

Getting Started

The simplest way to create a new SQS service is with . However, if you need queues prepopulated you can use :

Wherever you pass around an SQS client in your application, you should use the interface.

Supported Functionality

Only some of the common SQS methods are implemented. Methods not implemented will panic.

You can view the specific implementation details in the godoc documentation.

Events

Functions can be set on queues to help with unit testing life cycle. For
example:

See the documentation for Queue for more information.

Simulating HTTP Latency

When enabled a sleep between 20 and 100 milliseconds is added to each call that would otherwise need to make a HTTP request with a real SQS client:

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