[rspec-devel] In-browser editor for RSpec stories

James Cox james at imaj.es
Wed Oct 24 03:40:22 EDT 2007

Awesome.... looking forward to seeing a real working version :)

- james

On 24 Oct 2007, at 08:35, aslak hellesoy wrote:

> Following David, Pat and the list's great work on the new plain text
> stories, I felt I had to contribute something too:
> http://blog.aslakhellesoy.com/2007/10/24/in-browser-editor-for- 
> rspec-stories
> This is actually something I started fiddling with at RailsConf EU,
> but left in a very half-baked state. With the new plain text stories,
> I think this can actually be useful.
> Here is what I'm thinking: RSpec would be equipped by a tiny WEBrick
> based webapp that lets you execute stories and get the result as HTML
> - very much like classic RSpec. Take a look at the HTML - it's dead
> simple.
> Then, when it comes to the browser, some Javascript makes it all come
> alive and lets the user edit the DOM-representation of the stories.
> It's not implemented yet, but what I'm thinking is that the Javascript
> could re-generate the story text(s) based on the current DOM and POST
> it back to the browser. This would save the text to file (over the old
> one) and possibly even do an svn commit.
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