RSpec provides a framework for writing what can be called executable specifications of program behavior. In this short post I want to explain why I use this framework in place of classic TestUnit library.
Every time I’m creating fixtures for Rails application I’m being angry because any more or less considerable project needs tons of them. Most complicated thing is to track all relationships, validations, and to keep fixtures up to date. A few days ago Yurii Rashkovskii has released small utility — Fixturease. What if I would tell you that now you can create your fixtures using your models?
There are couple of cheat sheets about Ruby on Rails and related technologies can be found in the web. I decided to collect all of them (almost all) in one post just to keep them in mind. All of them are in full color PDFs or PNGs.