Testing Views, Routes, and Helpers for Problems in Your Rails App


Part of Screencast Series: RSpec


Published January 2016

As your apps grows, so will your need for more testing.

Views, routes and helpers are rarely tested in everyday applications. However when your apps grows bigger, having separate specs for them can be a good idea. Therefore, understanding the basics behind testing those components is really a requirement for any professional Rails developer. When you need to test these components, this knowledge will be invaluable!

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