What three modes can Rails run applications under?
How much data do you need to put into fixtures?
Can the results of one test mess up the results of a test that comes later?
How do you check to see whether a variable was assigned a value?
How do you check to make sure a variable contains an acceptable value?
What kind of component gets tested with Rails functional tests?
How do you send a controller a fake HTTP POST request?
How do you know whether a controller redirected a request?
How can you tell whether a response includes a
td element containing a particular value?
Rails can run in development mode, test mode, and production mode.
Your fixtures should include all the kinds of data you want to run tests against.
Each test should be completely independent, as Rails will reload all of the fixtures between tests. No test should have an effect on any other test.
lets you check whether a variable has a value.
method lets you ask a model if its value would pass validation.
In Rails, functional tests are tests of controllers.
post method lets you see how a controller
would respond to a POST request.
method lets you test whether the controller sent a simple response or a
method lets you specify an element name and a match pattern it should
contain, and tells you whether an element whose content matches that pattern