Need Some assistance in Rspec and Cucumber?

hello,
i have to use rspec and cucumber in a project and i have no idea how
to use it ?
help me guys…

thanks
nishant

If it does not have to be online and free:
http://www.pragprog.com/titles/achbd/the-rspec-book

Markus

Thanks Markus , but i really dont think so that i will able to buy that
book…can you provide me with some other source.

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T**hanks and Regards
Nishant Nigam
“Destiny is not a matter of chance,
it is a matter of choice;
it is not a thing to be waited for,
it is a thing to be achieved.”

On 7 March 2011 06:43, nishant [email protected] wrote:

hello,
i have to use rspec and cucumber in a project and i have no idea how
to use it ?
help me guys…

The free online tutorial railstutorial.org includes rspec if I
remember correctly. Possibly not cucumber though. Did google
searches for rspec tutorial and cucumber tutorial not provide anything
useful?

Colin

On 7 March 2011 09:06, nishant nigam [email protected] wrote:

there are few resources on google and i have gone through those resources
but my concepts are still not clear…

Did railstutorial.org not get you started?

Colin

nope !!

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T**hanks and Regards
Nishant Nigam
“Destiny is not a matter of chance,
it is a matter of choice;
it is not a thing to be waited for,
it is a thing to be achieved.”

there are few resources on google and i have gone through those
resources
but my concepts are still not clear…

On 7 March 2011 14:28, Colin L. [email protected] wrote:


T**hanks and Regards
Nishant Nigam
“Destiny is not a matter of chance,
it is a matter of choice;
it is not a thing to be waited for,
it is a thing to be achieved.”

On 7 Mar 2011, at 09:06, nishant nigam [email protected] wrote:

there are few resources on google and i have gone through those resources but my
concepts are still not clear…

So what exactly don’t you understand?

Fred.

like i want some kind of tutorial that explains these concepts right
from
the scratch because i consider myself just a naive user when it comes to
ruby on rails and i dont have much time to completely gone through the
rails
concepts …

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On 7 March 2011 09:36, nishant nigam [email protected] wrote:

nope !!

What, you worked right through railstutorial.org (this should take a
few days) and it did not get you started with rspec?

Colin

Too bad Rails in Action http://www.manning.com/katz/ isn’t quite out
yet.
Co-written by Yehuda K. and Ryan B.s, this book starts with
Test::Unit
before moving onto Rspec and Cucumber. The first several chapters are
available online, I believe.

Culley

On Mon, Mar 7, 2011 at 4:09 AM, nishant nigam
[email protected]wrote:

like i want some kind of tutorial that explains these concepts right from
the scratch because i consider myself just a naive user when it comes to
ruby on rails and i dont have much time to completely gone through the rails
concepts …

If you don’t understand the basic concepts of Rails trying to learn
Rspec
and Cucumber for testing on Rails will just confuse you more. Take the
time
to get the concepts of Rails down so you can get the maximum advantage
from
whatever tutorial or book you use to learn RSpec and Cucumber.

B.

I’m presently a little over halfway through the textbook on
railstutorial.org and it does indeed familiarize a person with rspec.
Cucumber is not covered, though.

A quick search for “tutorial cucumber” yielded this link:

https://github.com/aslakhellesoy/cucumber/wiki/Tutorials-and-Related-Blog-Posts

And searching for “railscast cucumber” yielded several relevant
videos. I’ve not viewed any of the railscasts but I hear GREAT
things. The two top links produced from this search are:
railscasts.com/episodes/155-beginning-with-cucumber and railscasts.com/
episodes/159-more-on-cucumber. I suspect they’re a good place to
start.

On Mar 7, 12:43 am, nishant [email protected] wrote:

hello,
i have to use rspec and cucumber in a project and i have no idea how
to use it ?
help me guys…

http://pragprog.com/titles/achbd/the-rspec-book

Pretty complete overview of the entire process…

On Mar 7, 2011, at 5:49 PM, Philip H. wrote:

On Mar 7, 12:43 am, nishant [email protected] wrote:

hello,
i have to use rspec and cucumber in a project and i have no idea how
to use it ?
help me guys…

http://pragprog.com/titles/achbd/the-rspec-book
Pretty complete overview of the entire process…

Or rails test prescriptions:
http://www.pragprog.com/titles/nrtest/rails-test-prescriptions

It’s more general (starts with test:unit and fixtures and includes
shoulda and other stuff), but in some ways it’s a quicker “getting
started” guide.

I have both and would recommend getting both.

Best Wishes,
Peter

Kind of as a side note, the subject of this thread is a bit
misleading. It leads a reader to think you’re posting some tips for
people who need assistance with rspec or cucumber.

You may consider, in the future, considering a more accurate subject.
For instance, since you’re seeking help, you may want to name your
subject/topic “I need help with rspec and cucumber” or “Please help me
understand rspec and cucumber.”

That way you may attract the right, knowledgeable (helpful) people.

I visited this thread because I’m new to Rails and was hoping to learn
more about these two topics.

Cheers,

Dana

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