Test today your JavaScript code in a Rails 3 application with Blue Ridge

Case you want to test today your JavaScript code in a Rails 3 application in a simple way, Kristian Mandrup forked Blue Ridge and migrated the generators to the new interface. The commits haven’t been merged yet into the official repository and the code has some minor bugs, so I created another fork and fixed them.

Until all the commits got merged in both repositories, you can execute the following commands to get a configured environment:

git submodule add -b rails3 git://github.com/dcrec1/blue-ridge.git ./vendor/plugins/blue-ridge
rails g blue_ridge:skeleton
rails g blue_ridge:javascript_spec core
rake spec:javascripts

Case you don’t know Blue Ridge, Dr. Nic posted some time ago about the tool and he uploaded also a video from a presentation he gave at Rails Underground 2009.

If you appreciate this work, please consider to recommend me at Working With Rails.

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    • Paul, we were able to reproduce the prlboem on one of our test machines. Looks like some signature prlboem. Only workaround currently is to allow launching of all applications in System Preferences | Security & Privacy. We’ll try to solve this prlboem before final release

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