Front-End First: Testing and Prototyping JavaScript Apps

Being a productive front-end web developer can be challenging at times. In this course we will uncover how the front-end can be unit tested, mocked, and rapidly prototyped separate from the back-end.
Course info
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(123)
Level
Intermediate
Updated
May 10, 2013
Duration
3h 21m
Table of contents
Introduction
2m 47s
Description
Course info
Rating
(123)
Level
Intermediate
Updated
May 10, 2013
Duration
3h 21m
Description

Being a productive front-end web developer can be challenging at times. In this course we will uncover how the front-end can be unit tested and rapidly prototyped separate from the back-end. We will cover the basics of unit testing and use a variety of tools and techniques to help assist with mocking and prototyping. Then we will uncover how to integrate these techniques with common front-end frameworks such as KnockoutJS, Backbone.js, and AngularJS.

About the author
About the author

Elijah Manor is a Christian and a family man. He is a Microsoft Regional Director, Microsoft ASP.NET MVP, ASPInsider, and IE userAgent and specializes in front-end web development. He enjoys blogging (http://elijahmanor.com), tweeting (@elijahmanor), and speaking about the things he learns.

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