Utilizing Jasmine with the addition of Jasmine-species and taking full advantage of the Rails 3.1 asset pipeline. jasmine-stories removes any excuse YOU have for not testing your out of control application.
This project rocks, is a shameless "fork" of jasminerice and uses the MIT-LICENSE.
See guard-jasmine for details.
guard-jasmine is configured for jasminerice by default. You have to provide the
special url of jasmine-stories on the command line:
guard-jasmine -u http://127.0.0.1:8888/jasmine-stories
This is a gem specifically for Rails 3.1. Just include it in
group :development, :test do gem "jasmine-stories" end
The engine is automatically mounted into your application in the development
and test environments. If you'd like to change that behavior, you can
override the array
JasmineStories.environments in an initializer.
Create a file
This pulls in all your specs from the
As well you can use the
#require dependency mechanisms in your specs to
pull dependencies. Here's an example
#= require foo #= require bar feature "Requiring classes with sprockets", -> summary( 'In order to use classes in my specs', 'As a user', 'I want to require them with sprockets' ) scenario "Require foo and bar", -> foo = bar = null Given "I have required foo and bar", -> foo = new Foo() bar = new Bar() When "I tell foo to jump", -> foo.jump() Then "bar should have jumped too", -> (expect bar.jumped).toBe true
For including stylesheets in your specs, Jasminerice uses
Use Sprockets directives to include the right css files:
/* *= require application */
Now start your server
and there are your acceptance tests.