Scott demonstrates his solution to exercise 5. He also shares a few variations of the tests, since there are many ways they could be written.
(soothing music)…- I'm aware that there are going to be…tons of differences of how people tested this,…and this is great,…because there are so many ways you can do it.…Some people start it using "before" and "before each",…and maybe even "after" and "after each".…Some people use promises,…some people made multiple requests inside of one it block,…some people did nested describes or many describes.…So there's so many ways you can do this.…There's not one right way to write these tests.…
I'm going to show you the solution that I have,…which probably is not one of the best ways…but ...…Let me stash this bar.…Code this actually.…All right, so, city check out, step five.…Fix.…So the way I wrote it was…I just did nested request…for things that needed resourced to be there already.…
So as far as creating a lion,…the way I created a lion is ...…Well this one was pretty easy, you just create a lion.…So you make a post request,…you then find out you have to use the dot sim method,…and you can send adjacent to the request,…so I'm just putting in a lion here.…
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