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Action Cable: JavaScript test updates #27123

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javan commented Nov 20, 2016

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Overall big 👍 👍 to adding more tests for Action Cable's JS! If possible, can you make each of the test's names more descriptive? While I was reading through, it was a little tough to determine what each of the tests was doing 😬

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broadcast(message_type: "confirmation")

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too many empty lines here? 😬

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broadcast(message_type: "confirmation")
broadcast = (data = {}, callback) ->

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Might be a bit early, but should we extract the broadcast function out to where the rest of the "helper" functions are?

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javan commented Nov 21, 2016

@maclover7 done and done

@javan javan force-pushed the javan:actioncable/js-test-updates branch to 7083fa2 Nov 21, 2016

@kaspth kaspth merged commit bb2a832 into rails:master Nov 21, 2016

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kaspth commented Nov 21, 2016

Nice!

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