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Capybara is a tool written in Ruby to acceptance test web applications, it was written with Cucumber in mind, and the two are the bestest of friends. In this talk I will show off some of the lesser known features of Capybara and how to use them in tandem with cucumber to create readable and powerful features. I will demonstrate this by showing off a complicated cucumber feature and then showing how the steps can be implemented in an elegant way.
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Advanced acceptance testing w Capybara
Jonas Nicklas is a Ruby developer from rainy Gothenburg, Sweden. He is the primary author of Capybara and an early adopter of Cucumber, staying faithful when others were tempted by a more carnivorous diet. During the day he works for Elabs where he's