17 Mar '12, 9pm

Huge props to @srawlins on a well-prepared & well-presented beginner-level workshop on Cucumber/Selenium/RSpec! #mwrc

"Design a Cucumber/Selenium2/Rspec Test Suite Against a Source-Ambiguous Web Application that is both Powerful and Stakeholder-Friendly" by Sam Rawlins We will create a Cucumber/Selenium2/RSpec test suite against an existing, source-unavailable web app. We will quickly go over the Cucumber Scenario (Gherkin) syntax and basic Selenium2 methods. With the foundations laid, we will explore how to use "Background," data tables, "Transform," write stakeholder-friendly scenarios, deal with asynchronous activity, be unambiguous about step names, use Cucumber tags and profiles, handle ambiguously-located DOM elements, highlight elements before interacting with them, and allow for loosely-written scenarios. A Cucumber/Selenium2 beginner will hit the ground running in this workshop, which will be too much fun. /s?he/ will leave with a solid understanding of the tools, and how to desi...

Full article: http://mtnwestrubyconf.org/2012/workshops#srawlins

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mtnwestrubyconf.org 17 Mar '12, 3pm

"Advanced Rails Design: Use Fancy OO Techniques Without Turning Ruby into Java" by Noel Rappin As Rails applications have ...