mongo_mock_go_example - How to mock MongoDB in Golang

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This repository contains a simple way to mock Mgo driver. If you want to test both the connection to Mongo and the mock, you can use the docker-compose file.

http://thylong.com/golang/2016/mocking-mongo-in-golang/
https://github.com/thylong/mongo_mock_go_example

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