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Unit Testing

Reading Log - December 30 (#12)

Mastodon is making some in-roads, Apple is considering opening up a bit on iOS and LastPass is in some trouble.

Reading Log - December 16 (#10)

There's no escaping the Twitter drama this week after Elon's petty hypocrisy. But outside that, we look at the celebrating the 75th birthday of the transistor, a big advancement in fusion energy, as well as a big announcement from Apple.

Reading Log - October 14 (#1)

It's been a little bit since I've posted one of these. Been busy working on other projects and playing Wrath of the Lich King. Anyway, here's the newest list.

Unit Testing with MSW

A little while back, I started a new project. I have been using spreadsheets to track a lot of my fitness goals. This approach generally works, but I thought it would be easier if I had an app for that. So I did what any self-respecting fitness enthusiast developer would do...make one myself! But with that, also come unit tests.

Handy Visual Studio Code Plugin for Jest

I ended up starting a new project recently which I'll get into later, but after my experience writing unit tests with Digital Family Cookbook, I decided to write the tests as I code for this new project. I found a nifty little tool that makes things a little easier for me so I figured I'd share.

Delving into Unit Testing

In all of my professional experience, I've never worked for a company that did any unit testing and because of that, I haven't really done any either. I knew what unit testing is and the general concepts behind it, but never got around to actually building or implementing any tests. I decided that for Digital Family Cookbook, that would change.