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All About AngularJS Unit Testing – Part I

Posted by on Jul 07, 2015

Determining Testing Success

Software is highly complex. Even the simplest of programs can have hundreds of lines of code with extensive and complex inter-dependencies. Additionally, the code evolves rapidly as new features are added – and old features have bugs fixed. One of the ways to mitigate these issues is to build a robust unit and functional testing suite, but these tests are successful proportionately to the amount of code and functionality they cover.  Below we’ll look at some of the common metrics used to gauge unit test success and see the best practices for each in AngularJS.

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5 Things To Know Before You Get Started With AngularJS

Posted by on Sep 23, 2014

Navigating the AngularJS landscape can be a daunting experience. While the library itself is fairly robust, choices early in the adoption process can have drastic long-term effects on your software development process. Below we present five things that you should know about AngularJS. This information won’t solve every problem you’ll have with the library, but it can help you get off on the right foot.

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Time Saving AngularJS Tips

Posted by on Sep 04, 2014

AngularJS is a powerful tool for creating dynamic web pages, but as with any tool it can make things more complicated and unwieldy when used incorrectly. Below are some tips for those looking to improve the performance or the stability of their AngularJS website. Some of these tips will save memory for your application, resulting in a smaller footprint, while others will focus on the development process – allowing for quicker identification of errors that would otherwise emerge at the most inopportune time.

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