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Using Sprockets to Precompile Assets in a Rails Engine

Recently, I needed to write tests for a rails engine that included a Backbone.js application written in Coffeescript and the dummy app didn’t serve my purposes. Here’s how I precompiled my assets using Sprockets so I could write and run javascript specs using Jasmine’s standalone spec runner.

Using Sprockets to Precompile Assets in a Rails Engine

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