• Online, Self-Paced
Course Description

This 12-video course explores unit testing on software development paradigms, the support testing provided by JS (JavaScript) and the assertion libraries available in JS. Learners will examine how Unit.js offers extended APIs (application program interface) to communicate between various software components. First, you will learn to use sign-on, which is invaluable in constructing spice, stubs, and mocks in JS. You will learn how to use the Mocha testing framework. This course examines the assertion libraries Should.js and Must.js, which extend the base object.prototype in Javascript, to write assertions for every object by using a very intuitive and easy-to-read style. You will learn to use this assertion libraries to test code by using a chained assertion style. This course examines the fluent style Should.js uses for assertions, and the several helper methods available to chain multiple assertions together. Finally, you will learn to write unit tests to test numbers, strings, truthy and falsy values, objects, arrays, and promises in Javascript.

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Specialty Areas

  • Software Development
  • Test and Evaluation