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Like, Python

It's about time programming languages understood what the kids are typing these days. So let's start with a baby step in that direction: Like, Python.

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jnicklas's capybara at master - GitHub

Capybara sets up some tags for you to use in Cucumber. Often you’ll want to run only some scenarios with a driver that supports JavaScript, Capybara makes this easy: simply tag the scenario (or feature) with @javascript:

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Background - cucumber - GitHub

Background allows you to add some context to the scenarios in a single feature. A Background is much like a scenario containing a number of steps. The difference is when it is run. The background is run before each of your scenarios but after any of your Before Hooks.

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citrusbyte's stories at master - GitHub

Pure-Ruby alternative to Cucumber.

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Should I test for translated strings?

I brought up the question whether tests should call the translation API when checking for the presence of a string.

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8 tips for testing Rails apps with Cucumber - Momoro Machine

Here are eight things my team has found to be true after working with Cucumber for about 6 months.

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Smarticus » Introduction to Acceptance Testing Ruby Web Applications

In this presentation, I demoed Cucumber and Webrat. I also talked about Integrity and how I like to put it all together.

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