Using third-party libraries with Cucumber (Intermediate)
This recipe will introduce a number of awesome third-party libraries used in line with Cucumber; each of them dominates a specific field, and all of them are widely used.
We will be re-using the example project that we created in the Building a real web application with Cucumber (Intermediate) recipe, and do some refactoring based on it, so that it is clear to see the differences.
How to do it…
- Before we get started, please
cdto the blog directory and open the Gemfile.
- Make sure the following Ruby gems exist and are installed:
gem 'cucumber' group :development do gem 'guard-spork' gem 'guard-cucumber' end group :test do gem 'rspec-rails' gem 'cucumber-rails', require => false gem ...