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Posted by Jan Machacek
Thu, Oct 20, 2011

After some consideration, I think that the web testing components of Specs2 Spring Web are useful enough on their own, with the Spring testing code a nice icing on the cake (an yes, the pun was intended).

Posted by Jan Machacek
Thu, Oct 20, 2011

I have implemented enough of the Specs2 Web testing to be able to call its API stable. In this post, I will show what is now possible to do with the XHTML content and how to use it to write acceptance specifications on [Spring-based] web application.

Posted by Jan Machacek
Thu, Sep 29, 2011

The follow-up of the first video is here, showing acceptance specifications using Specs2 Spring Web. Just like the first video, it is rather simplistic and naive, but I believe it demonstrates the principle and goal of Specs2 Spring Web.

Posted by Jan Machacek
Mon, Sep 26, 2011

As part of the work on Specs2 Spring, we have used quite a few companion objects, case classes all in a functional world. In this post, I will outline some of the components of Specs2 Spring Web and explain our reasons for constructing our system this way.

Posted by Jan Machacek
Fri, Sep 23, 2011

We are all tidying up Specs2 Spring--adding much better documentation, adding [much needed!] tests and, where needed improving the sometimes clumsy syntax. For most part, though, we are happy with the functionality and we use it in testing our Spring code. But there's one more thing: most of our applications include some kind of web user interface. We could test the controllers as regular Spring beans, howerver, we would like to ourselves all the typing and test the entire application, but in a test environment, outside any container!

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