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All this stuff has been seriously refactored in Rails 5. Email Required, but never shown. Next two methods allow us to specify a minimum or maximum number of elements that need to be matched.
No, I was talking about a generic web acceptance testing framework.
Selenium, for one reason or another, makes developers a little uneasy. This wait time can also be changed for individual find method calls.
You know what did it? Which kind iavascript ruins the purpose of tests for me. When scouring the web for anything related to Capybara, I found this, and fixed it up to do as recommended.
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By default Capybara uses Rack:: Have you gotten any sense of it is succeeding to make things less touchy in the wild? Capybara is an acceptance testing framework for web applications. If you’re performing only one action inside the block you pass into withinthe same can be javasfript using find.
The second one is: To comment you need to have a Semaphore account. Acpybara something like pry is useful if you want to see the state of your variables, sometimes we want to know what is going on with the HTML on our web page. Voting to close as tool rec.
Capybara-webkit is also headless and relies on Ajvascript to render pages. Just wanted to point out that since Capybara 2. Or equivalents or swap-outs for many of these.