This application uses SQL Lite. Run rake db:migrate will create tables and some seed data. There is no client side validation. All validations happen on the server, mostly in the models. 4 hours time is not enough for me to write both unit/functional tests and the full application. So I choose to write the fully-working application.
There are 2 RSpec tests: 1 controller test and 1 model test using RSpec Run the test from the command line: rspec spec
There is one cucumber test for pet. Run the test from the command line: rake cucumber
They are just to show that I know how to write test :))
PLEASE SEE THE URLS THAT IMPLEMENT THE STORIES BELOWS:
As the owner of the veterinary practice, I have two additional veterinary doctors Bob and Susan. I should
be able to track the following information about myself and my fellow veterinary doctors.
Name - must be no longer than 35 characters; value is required Address City State Zip - should be at most 5 digits School Received Degree From Years in Practice - must be value between 1-100
As the receptionist of the veterinary practice, I should be able to schedule an appointment for a customer's pet with a specific veterinary doctor.
The appointment should contain the following information Date of Visit - date cannot be in the past; value is required Pet - required Customer -required Requires Reminder of Appointment Reason for Visit - required
As one of the practicing veterinary doctors, I should be able to record the following information about a customer's pet.
Name of Pet - required, no more than 35 characters Type of Pet - must be a dog, cat, or bird Breed - required, no more than 35 characters Age - required Weight - required Date of Last Visit - required
As a customer, I should be able to see when my pet is scheduled for their next appointment
Pet's Name Date of Next Appointment Reason for Visit
In a real system with the real login, the customer id will be stored in session, so there will not be the customer id in the url.