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docs(http): fix "Expecting and answering requests" example mistake #18157

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happycollision commented Jul 16, 2017

Simple fix for possible mistake in docs.

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What is the current behavior?

The test example looks like this:

http
  .get('/data')
  .subscribe(data => expect(data['name']).toEqual('Test Data'));

. . .

  const req = httpMock.expectOne('/test');

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What is the new behavior?

The test example looks like this:

http
  .get('/data')
  .subscribe(data => expect(data['name']).toEqual('Test Data'));

. . .

  const req = httpMock.expectOne('/data');

The final line above is the one in question.

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docs(http): fix "Expecting and answering requests" example mistake
Possibly overlooked testing documentation mistake fixed:
- `http.get('/data')` probably ought to be paired with `httpMock.expectOne('/data')` instead of `httpMock.expectOne('/data')`.
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@alxhub alxhub merged commit 47b3ecd into angular:master Jul 17, 2017

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