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.
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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.
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Introduction
2m 47s
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.
Table of Contents
Introduction
2m 47s
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.
Course info
Level
Intermediate
Rating
(123)
Duration
3h 21m
Updated
10 May 2013
Course authors

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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