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Testing a Feature with Rails and RSpec: A deep dive

One of the things I hear most from developers who are new to Ruby and Rails, or just to testing is, How do you get started? What should I test? The value of testing your code and the confidence it brings is already apparent, but how to make it happen seems to be missing. In this post I address how I approach testing a fairly simple, but non trivial feature from start to finish. https://chrisherring.co/posts/testing-a-feature-with-rails-and-rspec-a-deep-dive

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