Articles for April 2014

Angular Part 2– Behavior Driven Development

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Eyal Vardi‘s insight:

In an earlier posting I discussed, briefly, why Angular is suddenly so popular, and demonstrated how to get started with Angular without writing a line of JavaScript.  It’s time now to turn our attention to a slightly more realistic example.

Many lessons on Angular pay lip-service to the importance of unit-testing and test-driven development, but virtually none actually practice it.  This series will buck that trend and teach Angular and testing Angular at the same time.  In the long run, this will be faster and better than trying to tack testing on at the end.

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