The home page for the main version of Screw.Unit is at GitHub at github.com/nkallen/screw-unit. The documentation on that page is somewhat sparse, but it offers several examples of how to create and use Screw.Unit tests.
A small tutorial for Screw.Unit, also hosted at GitHub, is at github.com/bsiggelkow/screw-unit-tutorial. This tutorial uses the Sinatra framework for Web applications, so you need to have a copy of Ruby and the Sinatra gem for Ruby in order to get started.
There is an e-mail list for Screw.Unit users, and you can subscribe at groups.google.com/group/screw-unit.
A blog post, based on the e-mail message that showed me the importance of not using the click() method and describing in greater detail how to write better tests, is available at blog.runcoderun.com/post/177871245.
Reuven M. Lerner, a longtime Web/database developer and consultant, is a PhD candidate in learning sciences at Northwestern University, studying on-line learning communities. He recently returned (with his wife and three children) to their home in Modi'in, Israel, after four years in the Chicago area.
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