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copyright 2008 Paul Cortens see the presentations directory for more helpful documents A basic example of TDD with Cucumber and RSpec Steps in this document correspond to tags in my git repository rails cuc_demo cd cuc_demo script/generate cucumber script/generate rspec *Step 0* Add the feature *Step 1* rake db:migrate rake db:test:prepare (to create db/schema.rb) rake features or AUTOFEATURE=true autospec add some matchers *Step 2* script/generate rspec_model Postie name:string body:text rake db:migrate db:test:prepare rake features *Step 3* Need to require webrat (so we get the nice stuff like visits '/') *Step 4* Set up a root route (it doesn't load the static page) script/generate rspec_controller Posties new create show in routes.rb map.resources :posties map.root :controller => 'posties', :action => 'new' *Step 5* describe PostiesController do describe "GET 'new'" do it "should assign a new postie to the view" do make it pass *Step 6* add the new postie form to app/views/posties/new.html.erb remove view specs - I will let cucumber test the views *Step 7* still fails - Webrat uses label (i.e. what the customer sees) update form to have 'nice' labels *Step 8* We forgot the button Update feature Update view *Step 9* Implement create action Rails has the singular of posties as posty inflect.irregular 'postie', 'posties' describe PostiesController do describe "POST 'create'" do describe "with valid attributes" do it "should redirect to the show pastie page" do This feature doesn't have the negative, so I didn't implement it *Step 10* Note how cucumber is rendering Posties#show now (instead of Posties#create) add our fields to app/views/pasties/show.html.erb describe PostiesController do describe "GET 'show'" do it "should assign a the postie to the view" do *Step 11* Need to fix our routes I also did some messing around with the model to get the pretty urls *Step 12* Bug in my routes. I was using PUT instead of POST (for create) *Step 13* A few more bugs with the params Need to have Postie#to_params use the pretty_id *Step 14* git rm public/index.html *Step 15* Fire up the browser (for the first time) Add more examples to the feature *Step 16* They fail because my code escapes the HTML, but the matchers don't. *Step 17* That's it :)