[rspec-users] How I make browser act-as-robot-driven ?
Audrey A Lee
audrey.lee.is.me at gmail.com
Tue May 18 14:08:23 EDT 2010
Today I am working through the simple tutorial here:
It has me install Cucumber-Rails and then create a feature.
Then I watch the feature fail when I run
Then I watch the feature pass after I implement some code with the
script/generate rspec_scaffold Frooble name:string color:string
So I am happy.
I am curious though.
I'd like to have a browser appear and act-as-robot-driven.
This is convenient for my development efforts.
It allows me to rapidly create a development state inside a controller
and then halt the controller with a debugger statement.
Then I attach my mind to that state and tinker with values of
variables and snippets of code.
This is behavior I observed on a Rails project I wrote back in late
Back then I was using this combination of gems:
- cucumber 0.6.x
So, here is my question:
Using this combo of gems, is it possible to have a browser appear and
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