Request log output in controller specs
We are getting info level log out put when running our specs from the controller examples. I don’t know how they are getting turned on nor how to turn them off
default host when using url helpers in regular classes
How do most projects handle the default host for url helpers when the helper is being included in presentation classes etc?
- Pass your controller to your presenter and ask the controller for url helpers
making rspec2 custom example groups
any one know how to define custom example groups in rspec and associate them with specs in a given folder.
Tech in the World
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Tuesday: Tech Talk – Craig Muth on Xiki
Have you tried this gem? It kind of rocks it. Works great with a Heroku development environment. It even has files for different Rails modes, e.g.
Binding and CapybaraWebkit
If you have seemingly random undefined is not a function in your Capybara Webkit specs, checkout your binding of event handlers. The native bind doesn’t like to work in CW, so try Underscore’s instead.
I have mustache duck tape
What does "".constantize do?
Return Object of course
Finally fixes the hamcrest dependency conflict.
Roboelctric users BEWARE: See the recent mailing list thread “Setup for non-maven” users if you are going to upgrade.
Monday: Lunch video(s): Destroy all software @ 12:40 in Titanium
Monday: Conference speaking workshop practice
- Nicole Sullivan: OOCSS and Preprocessors in a tree, K-I-S-S-I-N-G
Hosted tech talk at AirBnB tonight
- What’s the best mobile Internet service for BART commute to Walnut Creek?
If you use
g as a shorthand for
git, you can have it tab complete commands and branches just like git by running:
complete -o default -o nospace -F _git g
What are people using for monitoring their resque workers and/or jobs?
For example, knowing:
- total # of jobs queued
- min/max/mean/median time in queue
- min/max/mean/median running time
Recently, @seriouslynow pointed me to a nice primer on user research by @semanticwill. My favorite slide lists five common biases,
or “CFORF” for short. With a little rejiggering, we get a nice pneumonic:
as in, “Stick a FFORC in it!”
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