Testing Ruby on Rails apps with Rspec

Useful resources to get better at doing TDD for Ruby on rails developers

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    The RSpec Book: Behaviour Driven Development with Rspec, Cucumber, and Friends (The Facets of Ruby Series)

    Behaviour-Driven Development (BDD) gives you the best of Test Driven Development, Domain Driven Design, and Acceptance Test Driven Planning techniques, so you can create better software with self-documenting, executable tests that bring users and developers together with a common language.<br><br><span>Get the most out of BDD in Ruby with&nbsp;</span><i>The RSpec Book</i><span>, written by the lead developer of RSpec, David Chelimsky.</span>

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    Rails Test Prescriptions (Pragmatic Programmers)

    Rails Test Prescriptions is a comprehensive guide to testing Rails applications, covering Test-Driven Development from both a theoretical perspective why to test and from a practical perspective how to test effectively. It covers the core Rails testing tools and procedures for Rails 2 and Rails 3, and introduces popular add-ons, including Cucumber, Shoulda, Machinist, Mocha, and Rcov.

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    RSpec 2 Best practices

    A list of some best practices I've been learning during my daily job.

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    Continuous Testing: with Ruby, Rails, and JavaScript

    <span>We all know feedback is good. Why not get it instantly?&nbsp;</span><i>Continuous Testing with Ruby</i><span>&nbsp;shows you how to use a combination of tests, tools, and techniques to immediately detect problems in code. This book will help you create a personalized development environment that instantly validates your decisions as you make changes to your code.</span>

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    Everyday Rails Testing with RSpec

    Everyday Rails Testing with RSpec&nbsp;contains six chapters based on content from the&nbsp;Everyday Rails blog, along with six additional chapters exclusive to the book and complete code for a simple, but tested Rails application. I will also commit to keeping the code and book content current through Rails 4.0, at no extra cost to you.<br>

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    Code School - Ruby on Rails Testing with RSPEC

    <div>Learn to use this trusted testing framework for Ruby applications. Brush up on testing best practices with our Testing with RSpec course.</div>

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    Rspec Tips

    A lot of useful tips and tricks!

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    Some RSpec Tips and Best Practices - bitfluxx.com

    <span>I’ve been working a lot with&nbsp;</span><a target="_blank" rel="nofollow" href="http://relishapp.com/rspec">RSpec</a><span>&nbsp;lately, in close conjunction with my coworker&nbsp;</span><a target="_blank" rel="nofollow" href="http://myronmars.to/n/">Myron Marston</a><span>, who happens to be a committer to RSpec. He’s shown me how a lot of features in RSpec work, how they’re useful and some best practices to use. I thought I’d share some of my favorite ones.</span>

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    Acceptance Testing with RSpec and Capybara

    <span>On the Ruby Rogues podcast I mentioned that I had moved away from Cucumber to RSpec and Capybara for my integration tests. Here's a demo on how to do some TDD with RSpec and Capybara.</span>

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