In the previous post in this series, I showed you how you can execute Capybara via its own session object, which means you did not have to incorporate any of the Capybara DSL into your own logic. Here I’ll do … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: August 2014
Capybara is rapidly becoming the go-to test tool of choice among Rubyists. I will NOT be covering this tool in the context of the Rails platform. A lot of people see the Ruby test ecosystem as existing largely to support … Continue reading
In prior posts I had you creating web apps/servers via very simple logic. Framework software provides infrastructure support that allows you to create all of that a lot more quickly. Here I’ll take a look at using Express with Node.js.
Here I’ll continue the Node.js learning process by starting to construct a very simple server that will serve up static resources, like HTML pages.
My goal here is to introduce others to Node.js by basically detailing how I have learned it. In this initial post, I’ll jump right into creating a simple app-as-a-server and use that as a springboard for learning other aspects of … Continue reading