Learn how to build Django applications using test-driven development.
- [Nick] Imagine deploying a new feature and not hoping that it works but knowing that it works. Test-driven development can bring confidence to your complex system and help your team be more autonomous so they know where errors come from quickly. We'll use tests that confirm the home page, save and load objects from our database, and evaluate browser functionality like waiting for AJAX responses. Hi, I'm Nick, and I love Django in mobile programming. Let's begin.
- 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
Skill Level Intermediate
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What you should know1m 9s
1. Functional Tests
2. Unit Tests
3. Advanced Testing
Next steps1m 11s
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