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Getting More Into Testing #336

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ankurkaushal opened this Issue Nov 9, 2017 · 2 comments

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ankurkaushal commented Nov 9, 2017

As someone who's late to the game, I have found unit tests / integration tests to be really useful & really make me confident about my code. Though one of the issues I have found myself to come across is I find myself choking whenever I try to write unit tests from scratch for my personal projects. Its not a problem however, when I write them for work. I guess reason being the framework for those tests is already laid out.

I think I would attribute it to lack of proper knowledge of testing in JavaScript & was wondering if you would have any pointers as to how to could fill the gaps in my knowledge?

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kentcdodds commented Nov 16, 2017

Hi @ankurkaushal!

I was locked out of my house for a few hours the other day so I recorded answers to a bunch of my AMA questions and put them up on my 3 minute podcast. Here's your answer!

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ankurkaushal commented Nov 22, 2017

Thank you so much for taking time to answer my question @kentcdodds! :)

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