Voting to close as tool rec. If you have a large page, scoping your Capybara page assertions can be considered a good practice. Update your dependencies When googling, I found many concurrency-related issues filed for the various dependencies. Notify me of new comments via email. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here I have not ultimately solved the intermittent failures , but I have significantly decreased their frequency, making the test suite more usable. In RSpec, we add a js:
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Even though the whole point is to run WebKit without windows, the compilation process has dependencies on Qt.
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They are called in the same way with both RSpec and Minitest.
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Things did get better. For example, if you’re working on a component which has a sign up button, when there’s already a sign up button further up the page, you might ajvascript up never testing the second one unless you scope your page lookup query.
To fix it, you need to make sure Capybara is waiting for results, and willing to wait long enough.
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Using Selenium means that your tests will be running using Firefox. However, for matching, the behavior changes depending on if Capybara.
Concurrency in Rails 5. To understand why your tests are failing unreliably and what you can do about it, you need to understand the concurrent architecture of a Capybara JS feature test as above, and these areas of potential race conditions.
Unfortunately, this makes them much, much slower than when you were running the tests using rspec. Better just fix your test to wait properly on the expected UI, if you at all can.
If you turn off random test capybra, all your feature tests end up running in sequence together, and all your other tests end up running in sequence together, without intermingling.