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Flex on Rails: Building Rich Internet Applications with Adobe Flex 3 and Rails 2 by Daniel Wanja, Tony Hillerson

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4 Using Fluint to Test a Flex with Rails Application

As you know, Rails has a very effective built-in testing framework. Rails lets you write tests at several levels, so you can test different parts and aspects of your application. Write unit tests to test the model, functional tests to test one controller, and integration tests to test the flow between several controllers. Now, what about testing a Flex application that runs on Ruby on Rails? How do you ensure that a change in Rails doesn’t break your Flex application? How do you ensure that a change in Flex doesn’t break your Rails application? How do you take advantage of Rails fixtures from you Flex unit tests? Is Flex considered the “View” of the Rails application? Furthermore, ...

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