Ayende just announced the release of Rhino Mocks 3.0. The downloads are located here. If you aren’t subscribed to Ayende’s blog, I highly recommend it. This guy never sleeps and churns out code like a tornado.
Ever since I discovered mocking frameworks in general, and especially Rhino Mocks, mocking has become an essential part of my unit testing toolkit.
A while ago I wrote a short intro demonstrating how to write unit tests for events defined by an interface. This small example shows the usefulness of something like Rhino Mocks.
If you’re wondering what the difference between a mocks, stubs, and fakes, be sure to read Jeff Atwood’s Taxonomy of Pretend Objects.