Brian Takita and Alex Chaffee gave a presentation at the
SDForum Silicon Valley Ruby Conference over the weekend,
entitled Full-stack web app testing with Selenium and Rails (slides hosted at SlideShare).
We also attended a few talks (unfortunately we couldn’t attend the whole thing). A few highlights:
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improve Tracker’s JSON performance.
The simple “Hello World” benchmark was something like this:
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- Rails: ~121 req/sec
- Mongrel: ~900 req/sec
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This handler will be run in process of your rails app. You have access
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Also, mongrel is thread safe. Also, Ezra shared that he wants to avoid
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Here’s what Josh wrote about Merb.
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is a framework for doing “mutation testing” (like Jester for Java).
Kevin Clark demoed it and it looks like a valuable addition to any Ruby build (though
probably not as a requirement for a green build — more like part of a nightly metrics
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Chris Wanstrath of Err the Blog gave a talk that was ostensibly about Web Services but that
actually ran a manic gamut from SOAP to
Firefox plugins to
command-line blogs to
mock object libraries.
His speaking style is deceptively laid-back — if you don’t pay close attention, especially to code examples, you’ll miss entire open-source
civilizations being born and collapsing. Fortunately, I had just given a talk so my neurons were all juiced up,
which meant I could just barely keep up. Bottom line for microformats:
gem install mofo.