Category Archives: Ruby

Watir Success

A while back I wrote a brief post about a Web application testing framework written in Ruby:  Watir.  After a bit of investigation, we decided to give it a try and see how it would work for our applications (or … Continue reading

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Watir

I just sat through a short demo and hands-on tutorial of Watir (pronounced “water”) – an open source web testing tool written in Ruby.  It is really cool.  If you have been wondering what the next step in testing is … Continue reading

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Starting to Evaluate Ruby & Rails

The hype has gotten the best of me.  And, as I mentioned in the previous post, Java EE is a bit heavier than necessary for many web applications.  Ruby with the Rails framework, seems like a good alternative.  I’ll share … Continue reading

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