Tag Archives: testing

Vim, RubyTest, & RSpec

If you use the Vim editor (or one of it’s counterparts like gVim), use the RubyTest Vim Plugin, and you use RSpec for some of your testing then you might run into a problem that I was experiencing where it … Continue reading

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Testing in Rails, It’s Important

Over the course of 2010 I spent most of my off time working on my side project, Just for Bands. Specifically the first application to come from Just for Bands known as LiveShow. The LiveShow application was written in Ruby on Rails with the plan to deploy it to Heroku (a successful plan I might add). But the main point of this post is the idea of doing Test Driven Development (or TDD) in Ruby on Rails and how it allowed my partner and I to build an app quickly. Continue reading

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Testing in Rails, It's Important

Over the course of 2010 I spent most of my off time working on my side project, Just for Bands. Specifically the first application to come from Just for Bands known as LiveShow. The LiveShow application was written in Ruby on Rails with the plan to deploy it to Heroku (a successful plan I might add). But the main point of this post is the idea of doing Test Driven Development (or TDD) in Ruby on Rails and how it allowed my partner and I to build an app quickly. Continue reading

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