09 Jan '18, 3am

Migrating to RSpec 3.7 and system specs

× The Ruby and Rails community linklog Made a library? Written a blog post? Found a useful tutorial? Share it with the Ruby community here or just enjoy what everyone else has found! Migrating to RSpec 3.7 and system specs by Aaron Sumner — Today In my first post to Everyday Rails of 2018, I share my notes and impressions on migrating my RSpec book’s sample app to RSpec 3.7 and system specs , along with a couple of tips for those of you who can’t upgrade to Rails 5.1 quite yet but still feel some feature envy. Post a comment You can use basic HTML markup (e.g. <a>) or Markdown. Authenticate with GitHub As you are not logged in, you will be directed via GitHub to signup or sign in

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