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mynyml — 5 posts

http://mynyml.com

The day has finally arrived where you can run a browser-less javascript + DOM environment from within Ruby. Harmony offers a convenient DSL that allows you to get started simply and easily. There is even a Rails plugin (holygrail) for functional tests. You can now leverage the power of the command line to do with JS what once required a browser.
Extremely minimal test framework. Perfect for DIY lovers. Nanotest provides the bare minumum needed; for everything else, there's ruby.
Quick and simple trick to test that your gem/app runs properly on different rubies (1.8.x, 1.9, jruby, etc) using rvm
Watchr is a new continuous testing tool intended to be highly flexible and agnostic to web frameworks, test frameworks, ruby interpreters and packaging tools. It is even built on an evented backend for improved performance. Read more at http://mynyml.com/ruby/flexible-continuous-testing
Example:
   enum = [1.4, 2.4 ,3.4]
   enum.map {|n| n.floor } #=> [1, 2, 3]
   enum.map(&:floor) #=> [1, 2, 3]
   enum.every.floor #=> [1, 2, 3]
More details at mynyml.com (Github repository)