30 Nov '17, 5am

Removing Business Logic From Controllers:

After the Rails core team announced major changes to controller-level testing upon the release of Rails 5.0, I wrote a couple of pieces in Everyday Rails about how to shift testing responsibility up, to either request specs , or browser-based feature specs (or system specs, in the current Rails testing landscape). However, relying solely on high level tests like these can lead to slower test suites. And even if they’re reasonably fast, they can still require extra setup like checking for proper authentication checking or populating a database with extraneous details.

Full article: https://everydayrails.com/2017/11/20/replace-rspec-contro...

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