It turns out that this works:
login_page.fill_in login_page.email[:name], with: ‘email@example.com’
The [:name] symbol is any unique input attribute you may have in the code.
will wait (until the default_timeout has elapsed) for #foo. Jus’ sayin, don’t wait() if you don’t have to.
Is there an easy or elegant way to merge two hashes without overwriting duplicate keys?
Of course there is :-): How can I merge two hashes without overwritten duplicate keys in Ruby? – Stack Overflow
It’s always good to have a single-pager overview of a thing you work with every day. In this case: RSpec’s
Etsy does business in more than 200 regions and 9 languages. It’s important that our member experience is consistent and credible in all regions, which means we have to format prices correctly for all members.
In this post, I’ll cover:
- Examples of bad currency formatting
- How you can format currency correctly
- Practical implementation decisions we made along the way
In order to follow along, you need to know one important thing: Currency formatting depends on three attributes: the currency, the member’s location, and the member’s language.