Now that you have learned how to create and pass tests, it's time to discover another way you might do testing.
- [Presenter] While test-driven development is great, … there's some legitimate criticisms against it, … especially why you wouldn't use it early on in a project. … So, with tests, they can definitely take away joy, … motivation and the speed at which you program. … Having to always having to write a test … before you do anything can be exhausting. … When a project is young, it changes so much that really, … you might ask is there that much of a need for testing … if you're always going to be changing features, … and sometimes you end up deleting features. … If you've written a million tests for this one … special feature and then you end up not using that feature, … then what was the point of writing all of those tests? … The basic idea is if others aren't using it, … what's the purpose in testing? … You don't need to guarantee that everything is working. … So if you subscribe to this philosophy, … or any of these things are ringing true with you, … then here's what I'd recommend if you're going …
- TDD philosophy
- Comparing functional and unit tests
- Writing a test in Selenium
- Writing a unit test
- Testing page data
- Hash testing
- Writing a test for user input
- Testing a POST request
- AJAX implementation
- TDD vs. testing after
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