Articles tagged 'cucumber'
Cucumber Ruby 2.1 introduces the new Events API — a simple way to find out what’s happening while Cucumber runs your features. Events are read-only and simplify the process of writing formatters, and other output tools.
I’ll illustate how to use the API with a worked example that streams Cucumber...Read more…
A few weeks ago Matt, Aslak and I held a live google hangout. Today I realised that I hadn’t mentioned it here. If you haven’t seen it yet you can watch it here:
Cucumber was born out of the frustration with ambiguous requirements and misunderstandings between the people who order the software and those who deliver it.
Anybody who has spent time with more...Read more…
I graduated from UMIST in 2002 with a Software Engineering degree, and I started work with a company who provided document scanning services, mostly to the public sector - NHS trusts and local authorities. I came into the company thinking I knew it all - I had a software engineering degreee!
There has been two similar questions asked on two different mailing lists I subscribe to (Corey Haines’ BAWCH mailing list, and Ruby Rogues Parley list). Both of these lists are private so I thought it would be worthwhile posting my answer here.
Both of the questions were concerned with out-side...Read more…
UPDATE Sinatra and cucumber integration has changed now, Rob Holland updated the wiki to reflect it. There is also a more full featured example on his branch of cucumber. I’ve updated the blog to reflect that.
Sinatra is probably the most popular ruby micro web framework at the moment. Its simple...Read more…