As a new developer, you advance by learning things every day. About a month ago, I developed a web app which is part of the Firehose core curriculum. Its design was to obtain a site which when visited, would array a random quote from the application database to the site user. The site was fluid and random, meaning that a user could contribute and track whatever they published. Things, however, took an interesting turn immediately after deploying and requested for feedback from users. Many users complained that the site is “sticky.” But wait— isn’t it supposed to be random?
➢ Complexity in Feature Specs. One of the main benefits of turbolinks is that it speeds up the applications. However, it makes the authoring feature test more difficult. Since turbolinks does not load a new page, capybara will assume that clicking a link is the end of the request and will then move on. This tells us that every time you click a link in a feature test, you will have to make sure that you are waiting for AJAX to finish loading to continue writing the next line in the feature spec.
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