Tag: test

Getting started with JavaScript unit testing

Getting started with JavaScript unit testing – szafranek.net. If I’m brutally honest I’ll admit that testing is still an awkward part of my development workflow. I’m doing my best to refine it but I can’t help but echo some of the excuses outlined in this article. Deep down inside I see the value of testing, […]

Posted: June 05, 2012


TypedJS: Home. This is a neat little library that allows you to: Harness the power of type annotations and program specifications to make your code robust. It’s easy to get started. It’s a quick process: Annotate your functions with type signatures TYPEDJS tests the annotated functions automatically Find some bugs (but probably not all of […]

Posted: February 08, 2012

Remote-Tilt – emulate motion events

Remote-Tilt – emulate motion events. This is a crazy awesome piece of genius from @rem: As our Web apps become more mobile-aware, having a reliable way to develop and test with a primary consideration of motion was a tedious and difficult task, until today.

Posted: January 31, 2012

hurl.it makes HTTP requests

hurl.it makes HTTP requests – Twilio Labs. You’re building apps, right? They’ve got APIs, right? The hardest part about testing an API should be the bugs you discover, not figuring out how to test. There are a lot of desktop app solutions that do exactly that, but this is the first browser based HTTP request […]

Posted: January 09, 2012

Silverback: Making Usability Testing That Much Cooler

Silverback is usability testing software from the group at Clearleft. Here are my initial thoughts on the application itself.

Posted: July 28, 2008