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    When I was a Rails developer I never wrote view-specific tests and don’t think they are especially useful.

    But I always wrote integration tests which exercised the full request/response cycle, including view rendering, which is critically useful. ERB is like any other piece of code: if you aren’t exercising it regularly, it’s probably broken.

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      Controller unit tests (if that’s your jam) can also enable view rendering (off by default)