Get flash to fully experience Pearltrees
Clicktale is a service that allows you to record and later playback behavior of your users while they are using your site. And Rails is Rails , you know. And those two are getting along just fine, until the user logs in. After that clicktale service is cut out of the html pages this user gets and can't record the session. But it just started to get interesting... This plugin brings back the connection between Clicktale and Rails even for those closed pages.
It can be dangerous to make sweeping "Don't" statements. In Patterns of Enterprise Application Architecture , agile guru Martin Fowler coined his now-infamous first law of distributed object design: Don't distribute your objects. This is good advice to an extent but is also an overly simplistic viewpoint. The reader is left to track down the exceptions to the rule . With that in mind, I'm going to propose (and then shoot down) an overly simplistic law of unit testing GUIs: Don't unit-test GUIs. It's more trouble than it's worth, and you end up grappling with object lifecycle issues, heavyweight/time-consuming unit tests that create GUI components or stop and wait for user input in a "headless" build environment, and so on.