Factory Girl

Factory Girl

factory_girl provides a framework and DSL for defining and using factories - less error-prone, more explicit, and all-around easier to work with than fixtures.

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Total Downloads
7078876
Releases
65
Current Version
4.4.0
Released
2014-02-11 00:00:00 UTC
First Release
2008-06-06 04:00:00 UTC

Github thoughtbot/factory_girl

Watchers
3341
Forks
459
Development activity
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Last commit
2014-02-13 16:50:40 UTC
Contributors
95
Issues
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Resources

Submitted Type Title
2012-08-01 11:22:00 UTC
by Christoph Olszowka
Blog Post
robots.thoughtbot.com referencing Factory Girl 1  
2012-07-15 23:32:49 UTC
by Christoph Olszowka
Podcast
robots.thoughtbot.com referencing Factory Girl 1  
2012-07-05 16:28:45 UTC
by Samnang Chhun
Blog Post
arjanvandergaag.nl referencing Factory Girl 1  
2012-03-28 05:34:35 UTC
by Christoph Olszowka
Announcement
robots.thoughtbot.com referencing Factory Girl 0  
2012-01-29 15:43:15 UTC
by Christoph Olszowka
Blog Post
robots.thoughtbot.com referencing Factory Girl 0  
2011-10-16 10:37:35 UTC
by Christoph Olszowka
Announcement
robots.thoughtbot.com referencing Factory Girl 0  
2011-08-15 13:33:58 UTC
by Christoph Olszowka
Announcement
robots.thoughtbot.com referencing Factory Girl 1  
2011-08-03 13:29:23 UTC
by Christoph Olszowka
Announcement
robots.thoughtbot.com referencing Factory Girl 1  
2011-06-22 17:00:18 UTC
by Christoph Olszowka
Blog Post
metalelf0dev.blogspot.com referencing Factory Girl and Machinist 1  
2011-03-26 11:54:24 UTC
by Christoph Olszowka
Blog Post
blog.thefrontiergroup.com.au referencing Factory Girl and Devise 0  
2011-01-13 06:13:01 UTC
by Christoph Olszowka
Blog Post
www.engineyard.com referencing Factory Girl, Testbot, Fog, and Airbrake 0  

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