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System specs are RSpec's wrapper around Rails' own
System tests allow you to test user interactions with your application,
running tests in either a real or a headless browser. System tests use
Capybara under the hood.
By default, system tests are run with the Selenium driver, using the
Chrome browser, and a screen size of 1400x1400. The next section explains
how to change the default settings.
System specs are marked by setting type to :system, e.g.
:type => :system.
The Capybara gem is automatically required, and Rails includes it in
generated application Gemfiles. Configure a webserver (e.g.
Capybara.server = :webrick) before attempting to use system specs.
RSpec does not use your
ApplicationSystemTestCase helper. Instead it
uses the default
driven_by(:selenium) from Rails. If you want to override
this behaviour you can call
driven_by manually in a test.
System specs run in a transaction. So unlike feature specs with
- System specs
a file named "spec/system/widget_system_spec.rb" with:
require "rails_helper" RSpec.describe "Widget management", :type => :system do before do driven_by(:rack_test) end it "enables me to create widgets" do visit "/widgets/new" fill_in "Name", :with => "My Widget" click_button "Create Widget" expect(page).to have_text("Widget was successfully created.") end end
- the exit status should be 0
- the output should contain "1 example, 0 failures"
Last published about 2 years ago by Jon Rowe.
RSpec Rails settings