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Tartare

I like Steak, but I'd rather an steak Tartare for my integration tests. To start using it include in your Gemfile the following gems and require it on test_helper.

# Gemfile
group :test do
  gem 'tartare', :git => 'https://github.com/fesplugas/rails-tartare.git', :require => false
end

# test_helper.rb
require 'tartare'

Tartare will install Capybara for you. By default integration tests are performed with Google Chrome. Capybara's DSL is available at Capybara.

Usage

Create an integration test:

$ rails generate integration_test welcome

And start using it ...

require 'test_helper'

class WelcomeTest < ActionDispatch::IntegrationTest
  fixtures :all

  # Replace this with your real tests.
  test "sign in" do
    visit '/'
    fill_in('Email', :with => 'john.locke@lost.com')
    fill_in('Password', :with => '4815162342')
    click_button('Sign in')
  end
end

Tip

Remember you can use alias to match method names with your preferences. Lets say you are using shoulda and want to use context and should on your tests.

module Shoulda

  module ClassMethods

    alias :feature :context
    alias :scenario :should

  end

end

You can do the same for Contest, Minitest.

Copyright © 2010 Francesc Esplugas, released under the MIT license

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