Spec your Cells.
This plugin allows you to spec your cells with RSpec.
Cells is Rails' popular view components framework.
This gem runs with RSpec3 and Rails >= 3.x and Cells 4. Add it to your app's
group :development, :test do gem "rspec-cells" end
Note: In case you're still using Cells 3, go here.
Simply put all your specs in the
spec/cells directory or add
type: :cell to the describe block.
However, let the cell generator do that for you!
rails g rspec:cell comment show
will create an exemplary
spec/cells/comment_cell_spec.rb for you.
To invoke rendering of a cell you use the exact same API as in your application.
describe CommentCell do it "renders comment" do expect(cell(:comment).call).to have_content "Really Great!" end end
As you can see, it is nothing more than using
#concept, invoke the default state using
#call (or any other state with
call(:other_state)) and use Rspecs and Capybara's matchers.
If your cells use helpers with controller dependency, you need to specify a controller to use in your test.
describe CommentCell do controller CommentsController
Excuse the clumsiness, but this is done wrong in Rails and not Cells' fault.
Run your examples with
All the docs about testing can be found on the Trailblazer project page.
Test cells with caching
By default your code for caching code is not run if you set ActionController::Base.perform_caching = false That's a reasonable default but you might want to increase coverage by running caching code at least once. Here is an example:
describe SomeCell do describe 'caching' do enable_cell_caching! # Code for testing... end end
Big thanks to folks who helped me a lot.
- Jorge Calás Lozano firstname.lastname@example.org (Cleanup, capybara string matchers)
- Abdelkader Boudih <@seuros>
Copyright (c) 2010-2015, Nick Sutterer
Released under the MIT License.