MEETUP - June 1st, 2011 - Capybara with Amir Barylko

WHAT: Capybara with Amir Barylko
WHERE: Room B-10, Computing Sciences Centre, University of Alberta (map)
WHEN: June 1st, 2011 at 7:00 PM

Amir Barylko (@abarylko) is joining us to guide a one hour deep dive into Capybara. Here’s how Amir describes his talk:

Capybara is a ruby gem that works as a complement of cucumber and aims to simplify writing acceptance tests for any web application. Out of the box it provides a DSL that makes writing steps for common functionality like following links, clicking buttons, etc.

It provides different drivers that can be configured and even chose per feature or scenario basis to indicate how we want to run that case. It has built-in support rack-test, Culerity, Celerity and Selenium.

Please note that this meeting is taking place on Wednesday June 1st. Our regular meetups will return June 21st.