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What's new with sinon

Stay up to dates with our latest activities and progress.

@sinonjs/referee-sinon v5.0.0 released

If you're a Sinon user, you may be interested in referee-sinon, which bundles Sinon and Referee in one package, so you only need a single dependency. It ships with additional assertions for Sinon fakes, like `assert.calledOnceWith(stub, 1, 2)` or…
Published on December 17, 2018 by Maximilian Antoni

Sinon 7.2.0 and Referee 3.0.0 released

With the latest releases, the Sinon matchers are now shared through `@sinonjs/samsam` and can be used in `@sinonjs/referee` as well. Matchers allow you to be more fuzzy about the expected value.
Published on December 10, 2018 by Maximilian Antoni

v5.0.1 is on npm

This morning we have released v.5.0.1, new major version, to npm.
Published on April 30, 2018 by Morgan Roderick

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Today’s balance

$3,991.46 USD

Estimated annual budget

~ $5,101.97 USD

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Everyone who has supported sinon. Individuals and organizations that believe in –and take ownership of– our purpose.

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Airbnb
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$240 USD

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Lon Ingram
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$120 USD

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$102 USD

About

This collective covers the work done in the the sinonjs organisation on GitHub.

Our best known project is sinon.

We've recently adopted related projects that had fallen out of maintenance, most notably referee, which is a great assertion library.