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Exercise: Writing unit tests

Exercise: Writing unit tests: Creating an Open Source JavaScript Library
Exercise: Writing unit tests: Creating an Open Source JavaScript Library

In this exercise, you will write unit tests that cover the starWarsNames.all() and starWarsNames.random() methods. To start, Kent provides some pseudo-code and a few hints. He also talks a little about the dont-break NPM package that verifies changes to one project don’t break dependent projects.

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Web Web Development JavaScript

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