Webinar Recording: Developing Test Automation Scripts with RubyMine

Robert Demmer

Jeff "Cheezy" MorganThe recording of our September 10th webinar with Jeff “Cheezy” Morgan and Anna Bulenkova, Developing Test Automation Scripts with RubyMine, is now available on JetBrains YouTube Channel and JetBrains.TV. The code used in this webinar is available at github.com/cheezy/JetBrainsWebinar.

In this webinar, Cheezy develops automation against a web application and demonstrates how the cucumber, refactoring, and git support from RubyMine streamline this development effort.

http://youtu.be/zpt15XIjpas

About this webinar:

Test Automation has been a very hot topic in the industry for the past few years. The need for rapid feedback on the quality of the application has driven a lot of innovation in this space with much of it taking place on the Ruby platform. This has positioned RubyMine as a preferred tool for the testing community.

Join Cheezy as he develops automation against a web application and demonstrates how the cucumber, refactoring, and git support from RubyMine streamline this development effort.

Stay tuned for further announcements and upcoming webinars.

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5 Responses to Webinar Recording: Developing Test Automation Scripts with RubyMine

  1. Tom Smith says:

    April 3, 2020

    I am just getting started with RubyMine, and watched you the webinar, cloned the project, and added some feature tests. Everything is good, except I would like to get Jeff’s key bindings he uses for shortcut calls like bundler, etc.

    Is this resource available from Jeff?

    • nataliia.kudanova says:

      April 8, 2020

      Hi Tom! Unfortunately, we don’t have his key bindings.

      But if you want to create key bindings for yourself, here’s what you can do. Let’s say, you want to make a shortcut for Bundle Install.

      1. Go to Settings/Preferences | Keymap.
      2. Search for the ‘install’ keyword.
      3. Double-click the “Install” item under Tools | Bundler.
      4. Press “Add Keyboard Shortcut” and pick the keys you want to assign.

      For more information about configuring keyboard shortcuts please refer to the docs: https://www.jetbrains.com/help/ruby/configuring-keyboard-and-mouse-shortcuts.html

    • Neha says:

      June 5, 2020

      hi Tom,

      I am also getting started with Rubymine and Ruby. I downloaded this project and trying to run checkout_process.feature, but I am getting error like “undefined method `filter’ for []:Array (NoMethodError)” . Since you said everything is working for you except binding, I am reaching out.

      • Olga Kuvardina says:

        June 8, 2020

        Hello Neha,

        I’ve checked the project but in my case it fails in the Terminal as well. Do you manage to run the tests manually?

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