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Angular Testing with Jasmine, Karma and Cypress

Angular Testing with Jasmine, Karma and Cypress

Time and again, the testing in the frontend is put on the back burner. For a modern business application, it is inevitable to write reasonable tests in the frontend as well. When developing Angular, testability was part of the concept right from the start. In this talk, Fabian Gosebrink shows how to put his Angular applications through their paces. A look is taken at the tools and the different possibilities of testing, so that no case is left untested in the end.

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Fabian Gosebrink

September 22, 2021
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  5. Why do we test?

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  7. Why do we test?

  8. Avoid Bugs

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  15. Why do we test?

  16. Documentation

  17. Be faster

  18. Save money

  19. Refactorings

  20. Quality

  21. Testing

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  58. $ ng g component toTest

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