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README.md

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factory_bot is a fixtures replacement with a straightforward definition syntax, support for multiple build strategies (saved instances, unsaved instances, attribute hashes, and stubbed objects), and support for multiple factories for the same class (user, admin_user, and so on), including factory inheritance.

If you want to use factory_bot with Rails, see factory_bot_rails.

Interested in the history of the project name?

Transitioning from factory_girl?

Check out the guide.

Documentation

You should find the documentation for your version of factory_bot on Rubygems.

See GETTING_STARTED for information on defining and using factories. We also have a detailed introductory video, available for free on Upcase.

Install

Add the following line to Gemfile:

gem 'factory_bot'

and run bundle install from your shell.

To install the gem manually from your shell, run:

gem install factory_bot

Supported Ruby versions

Supported Ruby versions are listed in .travis.yml

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Contributing

Please see CONTRIBUTING.md.

factory_bot was originally written by Joe Ferris and is maintained by thoughtbot. Many improvements and bugfixes were contributed by the open source community.

License

factory_bot is Copyright © 2008-2020 Joe Ferris and thoughtbot. It is free software, and may be redistributed under the terms specified in the LICENSE file.

About thoughtbot

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factory_bot is maintained and funded by thoughtbot, inc. The names and logos for thoughtbot are trademarks of thoughtbot, inc.

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