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converts shoulda macros to rspec
remarkable - gem with shoulda macros ported to rspecDr Nic’s Testing outbound emails with Cucumber
Testing emails con cucumber. Testing all fuc*** time :-)
Nice article from Dr Nic on testing outbound email using cucumber and email-spec. I've tried it and it works like a treat.Cucumber: More Advanced | Engine Yard Blog
Some slick, advanced features for Cucumber.
In this post, I’ll take a deeper dive and talk about a few more advanced Cucumber topics: project structures, multiple language support, scenario tables, free-form stories, tags, hooks and backgrounds.My top 7 RSpec best practices | Dmytro Shteflyuk's Home
use RSpec in all my projects. It’s really hard to overemphasize how helpful it is and how much easier becomes your life if you have good specs coverage. But its outstanding flexibility enables many ways to make your specs awful: horribly slow, over-bloated, even non-readable sometimes. I do not want to teach you BDD and RSpec here, but instead I will give you some ideas how to improve your specs quality and increase efficiency of your BDD workflow.
Best practices in rspec(My) RSpec best practices and tips | EggsOnBread
Best practices and tips for Ruby RSpec
"After a year using RSpec, I’m happy to share “(My) RSpec Best Practices and Tips”. Let’s make your specs easier to maintain, less verbose, more structured and covering more cases!"
How to write more readable rspec tests
After a year using RSpec, I’m happy to share “(My) RSpec Best Practices and Tips”. Let’s make your specs easier to maintain, less verbose, more structured and covering more cases!