[rspec-users] An open source project with very good use of Cucumber?

Pat Maddox pat.maddox at gmail.com
Sun Jun 24 17:08:59 UTC 2012

On Friday, June 22, 2012 3:34:51 AM UTC-6, Joshua Muheim wrote:
> Hey everybody 
> I came here through the RSpec Book, so I grant myself to ask something 
> about Cucumber here. ;) 
> I'm still very new to the topic and read a lot of different opinions 
> about how to do great Cucumber scenarios. Still, I'm a bit unsure as I 
> don't have any experience in using it. So I hoped to be able to look 
> into a few open source projects that use Cucumber the way it was meant 
> to be (without relying on the web_steps.rb etc.)? 
> Thanks a lot for hints. 
> Josh 
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As others have pointed out, RSpec has some good cucumber scenarios. 
Cucumber itself has awesome scenarios. For API-based stuff, Chargify.com 
has their API described through scenarios 
(http://docs.chargify.com/api-adjustments). And check out 
https://www.relishapp.com/ to see a ton of open source projects that use 
Cucumber for documentation.

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