Webrat - Ruby Acceptance Testing for Web applications
This is my version to correct the session issues with a Rails 3 application. Webrat lets you quickly write expressive and robust acceptance tests for a Ruby web application.
Browser Simulator for expressive, high level acceptance testing without the performance hit and browser dependency of Selenium or Watir (See Webrat::Session)
Use the same API for Browser Simulator and real Selenium tests using Webrat::Selenium when necessary (eg. for testing AJAX interactions)
Supports multiple Ruby web frameworks: Rails, Merb and Sinatra
Supports popular test frameworks: RSpec, Cucumber, Test::Unit and Shoulda
Webrat::Matchers API for verifying rendered HTML using CSS, XPath, etc.
class SignupTest < ActionController::IntegrationTest def test_trial_account_sign_up visit home_path click_link "Sign up" fill_in "Email", :with => "firstname.lastname@example.org" select "Free account" click_button "Register" end end
Behind the scenes, Webrat will ensure:
If a link, form field or button is missing, the test will fail.
If a URL is invalid, the test will fail.
If a page load or form submission is unsuccessful, the test will fail.
Users of Debian Linux (e.g. Ubuntu) need to run:
sudo apt-get install libxslt1-dev libxml2-dev.
Otherwise the Nokogiri gem, which Webrat depends on, won't install properly.
Install for Rails
To install the latest release as a gem:
sudo gem install jbd-webrat
To install the latest code as a plugin: (Note: This may be less stable than using a released version)
script/plugin install git://github.com/jbrien/webrat.git
In your test_helper.rb or env.rb (for Cucumber) add:
require "webrat" Webrat.configure do |config| config.mode = :rails end
Install with Merb
Merb 1.0 has built-in, seamless Webrat support. Just start using methods from Webrat::Session in your specs.
Updated by John Brien Dilts
Maintained by Bryan Helmkamp
Original code written by Seth Fitzsimmons
Initial development was sponsored by EastMedia
Many other contributors. See attributions in History.txt
See MIT-LICENSE.txt in this directory.