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JavaScript Testing Recipes

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JavaScript Testing Recipes is for anyone looking to improve the quality of the JavaScript they write. It explains how to create applications from modular components that can be easily tested to make sure they work — now, and in the future.

It covers the full spectrum of problem domains we use JavaScript for today, including chapters on programming in the browser, building s
ebook, 253 pages
Published March 24th 2014

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Jan 28, 2020 rated it it was amazing
I'm not aware of a better book on how to think about testing. Think 'Destroy All Software' in the form of a book. I hope James continues writing. ...more
Matteo Tomasulo
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This book is one of the most complete book on testing ever read.
Pratical and pragmatic on both browser and node development in javascript.

This is a book as the title let guess oriented on a lot of example.
This is ok for a pratical approach on testing but I found principle explanation too much obfuscated and sommerse by a lot of boilerplate code and relative explanation.

Other testing book like The Art of Unit Testing: With Examples in .NET or Test Driven Development: By Example (even if they are
Sep 22, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Must read for anyone doing js development
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James explains everything so well in the book but he uses the framework he created in his book. Will be extra point if he used something popular like jasmine/mocha
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Great book on testing, JavaScript and full stack development in JavaScript.
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