[rspec-users] What to test for views?
Andrew WC Brown
omen.king at gmail.com
Sun Dec 9 23:58:34 EST 2007
I think what David said before about spec views is take it with a grain of
If you think you need to check the presence of every field go ahead.
When I spec out my views I only spec what needs to be there:
I won't check for the presence of a form fields new.rhtml_spec.rb
I would place my fields in a partial called fields and I spec their presence
I would spec in my new.rhtml_spec.rb if the partial fields was rendered.
It may satisfy you just to have a spec that says:
it "should show form" do
Its all up to you how granular you want to get.
On Dec 9, 2007 3:58 PM, Chris Olsen <lists at ruby-forum.com> wrote:
> When you guys test views, what are you testing? Do you just test that
> all the form fields exist in a new.rhtml, that all form fields are
> filled in an edit.rhtml, and that all the proper columns are are shown
> in a index.rhtml page, or is there something more that should be tested?
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