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Created Aug 10, 2016
Reset Xcode. Clean, clear module cache, Derived Data and Xcode Caches. You can thank me later.
killall Xcode
xcrun -k
xcodebuild -alltargets clean
rm -rf "$(getconf DARWIN_USER_CACHE_DIR)/org.llvm.clang/ModuleCache"
rm -rf "$(getconf DARWIN_USER_CACHE_DIR)/org.llvm.clang.$(whoami)/ModuleCache"
rm -rf ~/Library/Developer/Xcode/DerivedData/*
rm -rf ~/Library/Caches/*
open /Applications/
View rspec_cheatsheet_controller_spec.rb
require 'rails_helper'
RSpec.describe TodosController, :type => :controller do
describe "GET #index" do
#describe "POST #create" do
#describe "GET #show" do
#describe "PATCH #update" do (or PUT #update)
#describe "DELETE #destroy" do
#describe "GET #new" do

Alex's Rails Cheat Sheet

I think the most confusing thing that I have found about Ruby on Rails so far has been the transition from (trying to) write code myself to the use of the fabled "Rails Magic". So, to help my own understanding of a few core Ruby on Rails concepts, I have decided to write something on what I think is a CRITICAL topic... the idea of Convention over Configuration and why (in my mind) it is the most important thing that helps Rails become magic!

(This may be a topic that we cover in more detail in class but as I said, I'm writing this for my own understanding... I hope it helps someone else understand things too... Perhaps you can give me a hand when I'm crying next week!)

##Convention over configuration ###What does this "actually" mean...

kyletcarlson / rspec_model_testing_template.rb
Last active Jan 19, 2020
Rails Rspec model testing skeleton & cheat sheet using rspec-rails, shoulda-matchers, shoulda-callbacks, and factory_girl_rails. Pretty much a brain dump of examples of what you can (should?) test in a model. Pick & choose what you like, and please let me know if there are any errors or new/changed features out there. Reddit comment thread: http…
View rspec_model_testing_template.rb
# This is a skeleton for testing models including examples of validations, callbacks,
# scopes, instance & class methods, associations, and more.
# Pick and choose what you want, as all models don't NEED to be tested at this depth.
# I'm always eager to hear new tips & suggestions as I'm still new to testing,
# so if you have any, please share!
# @kyletcarlson
# This skeleton also assumes you're using the following gems:
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