Posts in Category: testing

Building a React walking skeleton: Introduction

Front-end development has evolved in the last few years, and has become a complex beast on its own. This series of blog posts will take us through the process of building a React walking skeleton from scratch for client-side applications.

We will outline, and maybe implement, a small React application that will serve us as a playground. The scope will be small enough to set up all the pieces of the system without getting lost into

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Was it worth writing automated tests?

This post is not about testing techniques. There is plenty of information about this topic out there, and I feel that repeating the same things would be redundant. If you want to learn how to write automated tests properly, go and read Uncle Bob, Martin Fowler, Kent Beck, Sandro Mancuso and some others. They’ve been testing for decades and share their knowledge in books, videos and articles. Go and read/watch them!


So… what is the point?

If I don’t

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