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Acceptance Test Frameworks

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A long-lived project that still receives updates
Provides the ability to define steps and run Gherkin files from with RSpec
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Spinach is a BDD framework on top of gherkin
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Steak is a minimal extension of RSpec-Rails that adds several conveniences to do acceptance testing of Rails applications using Capybara. It's an alternative to Cucumber in plain Ruby.
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Define realistic testplans and run them against your webapps
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Write Stories and User Acceptance Tests using Contest, the tiny add on to Test::Unit that provides nested contexts and declarative tests.
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Extension for Test::Unit to have a Steak-like DSL for acceptance testing
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Behaviour Driven Development derived from Cucumber but as an internal DSL with methods for reuse
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Cucumber scenarios are long and confusing sometimes. Release yourself from the tyranny of client-centered specing!
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