Is there a way to do integration tests with Rspec without using Cucumber? I prefer using just plain old Webrat. Thanks.
Integration test without cucumber?
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As far as I know Rspec is perfectly capable of testing views and controllers as part of integration tests. A quick look around the internet shows this article at Robby on Rails on view testing and some of the Rdocs within RSpec might help.
Hope this points you in the right direction – I’m afraid I use cucumber myself.
So far, the only article I found is this
The latest version of RSpec-Rails (1.2.7) now has integration support. Upgrade then start adding specs to spec/integration or use the ‘integration_spec’ generator. Configure Webrat in spec/spec_helper.rb and you’re set!
Check this link http://railscasts.com/episodes/257-request-specs-and-capybara at RailsCasts. This is a nice episode of doing integration tests with rspec.
We’ve recently started using RSpec with Capybara over Cucumber. Here is a “beginners” blog post I recently wrote on using RSpec integration tests without cucumber.
Let me know if you have any questions on getting your system set up.