New PDF release: Rails 4 in Action
By Ryan Bigg, Yehuda Katz, and Steve Klabnik
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By first writing the test for the implementation, you are (or, at least, you should be) thinking through the implementation: the code you’ll write after the test and how you’ll make the test passes. If you find the test difficult to write, then perhaps the implementation could be improved. Unfortunately, there’s no clear way to quantify the difficulty of writing a test and working through it other than to consult with other people who are familiar with the process. Once the test is implemented, you should go about writing some code that your test can pass.
Rb so that the whole file now looks like the following listing. ©Manning Publications Co. We welcome reader comments about anything in the manuscript - other than typos and other simple mistakes. These will be cleaned up during production of the book by copyeditors and proofreaders. expired! to_not be_edible end end If you run rspec again, your first spec still passes, but your second one fails because you have yet to define your expired! method. rb, as shown in the following listing. rb class Bacon def edible?
When you run this spec, you get an uninitialized constant Object::Bacon error, because you haven’t yet defined your Bacon constant. rb. This is the file where you define the Bacon constant, a class, as in the following listing. rb by placing the following line at the top of the file: require 'bacon' ©Manning Publications Co. We welcome reader comments about anything in the manuscript - other than typos and other simple mistakes. These will be cleaned up during production of the book by copyeditors and proofreaders.
Rails 4 in Action by Ryan Bigg, Yehuda Katz, and Steve Klabnik