In the previous recipes, we saw parameterization with Java and .NET. Ruby has also been used widely to create Selenium WebDriver tests.
Again, Ruby does not have its own way to parameterize the script. However, we can use the Roo (http://roo.rubyforge.org/) gem in Ruby to read spreadsheets. Roo supports multiple formats, as follows:
.xls) stored in a Confluence wiki page with Confluence Office Connector
Roo is a great alternative to the Ruby Excel COM WIN32 API, as it does not need Excel or OpenOffice installed on the machine. It reads both these files natively.
In this recipe, we will parameterize ...