Here we go again RailsConf 2010 has started. The keynotes will be streamed online at http://railsconf.com and the slides of the presentation will also be posted there. I’ll provide more links once they become available.
This is the view from my hotel which is 5 minutes from the convention center where RailsConf is going on.
Cucumber is executable documentation. Gurken is the DSL used to write your documentation in the form of
Scenario: Given When Then
The app has different git branches for each stage of the application. Checkout the move-card-passing branch for the most complete functionality. It contains great examples of feature test.
master f294f72 patch number
remotes/origin/HEAD → origin/master
remotes/origin/first-feature-failing 475eb7e words
remotes/origin/first-feature-passing e4ea67a gemfile
remotes/origin/latest eacd855 Merge
remotes/origin/master f294f72 patch number
remotes/origin/more-features-failing aa2d97b new failing features
remotes/origin/more-features-passing 03b6b44 added lane ordering
remotes/origin/move-card-failing 02fa766 add move_card feature
A great discussion on building APIs using Ruby and Rails: