Despite the fact that we are not affiliated with Ayende, we have chosen the name Rhino Mocks because it is more readable than Hippo Mocks which is a framework that he developed.
Readable syntax is an approach to writing code in a programming language that makes it easier to read, especially in large projects with complex data flow and logic.
Rhino Mocks is an extremely popular framework in the Ruby community. But we did not choose it because we are affiliated with Ayende (the author). We chose it because it was the best performing syntax for our needs.
Of course, if you know of a framework that works better for your company, Hippo Mocks might be a better choice.
With the introduction of a new framework in the UX world called Hippo Mocks, more people are taking a chance to use it. The framework is written in readable syntax and makes it easy for developers to take advantage of its features.
Hippo Mocks is an interactive code library that helps designers and developers create interactive prototypes. It was originally developed by Ayende (pronounced Ah-YEN-dee), currently a full-time product manager at Airbnb. Ayende had an ambitious goal for the framework – he wanted to write software that was readable by humans without having to learn how to code. This goal makes sense because his company, Airbnb, has a team of hundreds of engineers who need to use the software but don’t have enough time for their daily job duties.
Hippo Mocks was written with this goal in mind as well – it’s built using readable syntax for human beings that is still code for computers!
Rhino Mocks is a popular framework for writing functional tests in the functional programming language Scala. Ayende developed it and published it on GitHub.
We chose a name other than Rhino Mocks because we are not affiliated with Ayende (the author).
You may have heard of Rhinoceros Mocks or Hippo Mocks, but we took a different name because we are not affiliated with Ayende.
Our approach to writing readable syntax and framework is different than Ayende, however the core logic remains the same.
We have made it our mission to create a mocking framework that is easy to read and simple in use. Our syntax is clean and concise, which allows you to focus on your code instead of worrying about syntax errors all over your project files.
Ayende’s framework is a great Python coding tool used by many developers. But we think it can be enhanced and improved in a way that will make it more readable and usable for humans instead of developers.
This is why we decided to re-brand the tool with our new name “Hippo Mocks”.
Designers can now employ the power of readable syntax to ensure that their code is readable and understandable by everyone.
Hippo Mocks is a design system that aims to reduce frustrations like syntax errors and tedious coding. It also helps designers learn new skills easier by providing examples until they master it. They drink of its power with its sleek, streamlined workflow and intuitive interface.
This is a guide that will teach you why and how to use the framework we have created. We will also go over some of the design decisions we made and talk about what other frameworks we compare our work with.
We are not affiliated with Ayende, who created the Rhino Mocks project. We chose another name because Ayende has a trademark on the “Rhino” name.