(fork fixes :chrome support) watir-webdriver-rails provides a dead-simple way to use Watir with Rails 3.
Obtain the driver from http://code.google.com/p/chromium/downloads/list and install it in your path
In your Gemfile, drop the below line
from your command line and Rails's root folder
How to use
In your spec_helper.rb, please place the below lines: (watir-webdriver-rails uses RSpec as the testing framework)
require 'rspec/rails' require 'watir-webdriver-rails' WatirWebdriverRails.host = "localhost" WatirWebdriverRails.port = 57124 WatirWebdriverRails.close_browser_after_finish = true
In your integration test file, it should look something like this:
require 'spec_helper' describe "Test something" do it "should go to some page and fill textbox" do browser.goto "/member" browser.text_field(:id=>"first_name").set "Tanin" browser.text_field(:id=>"last_name").set "Na Nakorn" browser.text_field(:id=>"first_name").value.should == "Tanin" end end
browser is of type Watir::Browser. You may interact with it freely. See http://rubydoc.info/gems/watir-webdriver/0.3.2/Watir/Browser
On Mac OS X 10.6.8, I have found that if you do not close the browser from the previous test, your current test will hang because the browser is not initialized.
Please do close the browser before running a new test.
- Fork the project.
- Add features or fix bugs
- Add test cases for it
- Send me a pull request
Please try running all the test cases first by going to the root folder and type:
bundle exec rspec spec/*
There are parts which are copied from capybara and capybara-firebug gems. Please also be aware of their licenses. Other than that, you can do anything with it.
- Tanin Na Nakorn
- homanchou (The first contributor)