I’ve uploaded another screencast to YouTube. This screencast builds upon the previous one so you’ll want to be sure to check it out first.
In this screencast I walk you through all of the code from the previous one and then proceed to add a new scenario that specifies a requirement for the checkout screen. Along the way I realize I have some code that needs to be reused on other pages. I then extract this code into a module and demonstrate how to create reusable “panels” that can be included in any page.
I’ve uploaded a new screencast to YouTube. This one demonstrates several techniques I use to keep my Cucumber scripts clean and well factored. If you like what you see in this screencast then please pick up a copy of my book. It contains these techniques plus a whole lot more.
I learned about an interesting site from the Software Craftsmanship mailing list. The site is codersdojo.org. I decided to take the challenge of performing a kata using their tool and decided to make a screencast of my effort. You can find the CodersDojo result here.
I’m happy to announce that my book is finally available. I’m publishing it through LeanPub and the version that is released is a beta. This means that I will be publishing updates every few weeks until a the final book is complete.
You can get your copy on the LeanPub site. I hope you enjoy the book.
It has been a few months since I have posted anything on my blog and a lot of good things have happened. First of all, I have had 5 releases of the page-object gem since my last post. This post will explain one of the many new features added to page-object.
On February 12th I released a new version of my page-object gem. There are some very exciting features that have made it into page-object over the past few releases. I have been totally focused on finishing up my book and haven’t blogged for some time. This post is my attempt to showcase some of these new features.