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Unit and End to End Testing in AngularJS

Unit and End to End Testing in AngularJS | Web Development | Scoop.it

Unit testing is a technique that helps developers validate isolated pieces of code. End to end testing (E2E) comes into play when you want to ascertain that a set of components, when integrated together, work as expected. AngularJS, being a modern JavaScript MVC framework, offers full support for unit tests and E2E tests. Writing tests while developing Angular apps can save you great deal of time which you would have otherwise wasted fixing unexpected bugs. This tutorial will explain how to incorporate unit tests and E2E tests in an Angular application. The tutorial assumes that you are familiar with AngularJS development. You should also be comfortable with different components that make up an Angular application.

We will use Jasmine as the testing framework and Karma as the test runner. You can use Yeoman to easily scaffold a project for you, or just quickly grab the angular seed app from GitHub.


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WebSocket and Java | Java Code Geeks

WebSocket and Java | Java Code Geeks | Web Development | Scoop.it
WebSocket is a cool new(ish) technology that allows real-time, two-way communication between the browser and the server, with almost no overhead.
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JavaScript Promises: There and back again - HTML5 Rocks

JavaScript Promises: There and back again - HTML5 Rocks | Web Development | Scoop.it
How to use promises natively in JavaScript.
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Online Training – How we Help - Typesafe

Typesafe introduces the reactive platform – including Play, Akka and Scala.
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WebSocket Security | Heroku Dev Center

Security Concerns when developing a WebSockets application
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