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There’s a new mail rack near the lockers.
We have a spec that does something along the lines of
visit '/#foo' visit '/#bar' save_and_open_page page.should have_content("bar")
save_and_open_page gives the bar page, but the assertion fails because it looks for "bar" in the contents of the foo page rather than the bar page.
One suggestion was to tell capybara to resync.
One team was worried about the speed of Webviews versus the speed of e.g. mobile Safari. It was suggested to try it and see, benchmark even.
https://github.com/roidrage/lograge uses the amazing notification system in Rails 3 – which itself is worth a read – to make more useful logs for staging & production environments. Looks like it came out of the TravisCI project. And if you’re logging to Splunk, this is more like what you want.
Upgrade the selenium-webdriver gem to 2.25.0 and happiness will prevail.