tag: unit tests

  • From Zero to Tests
    DEC 16, 2019 Written by M. Scott Ford

    I often encounter software projects that have absolutely no automated tests. This is rarely because the development team feels that authoring tests is a waste of their time. It’s most often the case that the team would love to have automated tests. If you feel like your project or team is stuck when it comes to automated testing, then I’d like to provide some guidance and specific techniques for how to get started.

  • Testing an Angular Application
    OCT 25, 2016 Written by Catalina De la cuesta

    I recently started writing tests for an Angular application, so I had to go through the entire process of researching the tools, installing and setting up the libraries, writing the tests and learning the tricks. Here's what I discovered.

  • Portrait of an IBMi Modernization Project
    MAY 9, 2016 Written by Don Denoncourt

    I’m going to list tools and strategies that a state-of-the-art application development project should be using. Essentially a portrait of the infrastructure of a successful IBMi application start. I’ll start with suggestions on dealing with the daunting task of selecting a language and framework. Then, I’ll recommend tools for source control, testing, editing, collaborative communication, knowledge base management, and project management. And I’ll finish with some considerations for RPG integration strategies and database enhancements.

  • Pyramid of Automated Tests
    MAR 28, 2016 Written by M. Scott Ford

    Integration tests? Unit tests? Acceptance tests? How do all these tests work together and what should you focus on first? We like to think of testing as a pyramid. The goal is to build an entire pyramid and keep it growing at scale.