Nebraska.Code() Sessions tagged testing

Learn all about Cypress for end-to-end testing

Until now, end-to-end testing wasn’t easy. It was the part developers hated. Cypress is a solution that makes setting up, writing, running and debugging end-to-end tests easy.

In this workshop, we're going to demonstrate how Cypress works, take a look at its features, and write a lot of tests so we get as much hands-on practice time as possible.

Speaker

Alain Chautard

Alain Chautard

Angular Consultant, Angular Training

How to Mock objects and influence unit tests

In this session we will take a look at how AutoFixture can simplify the arranging and asserting portions of your .NET unit tests. We'll explore how it integrates with mocking libraries to allow you to easily write tests and have dependency types automatically mocked and injected into your object under test. We'll also look at how AutoFixture can be extended and customized to make you more productive with your domain specific types. Why build your own mocks or create custom fakes when AutoFixture can do it for you?

Speaker

Duane Newman

Duane Newman

Co-Founder, Alien Arc Technologies, LLC

Built-In Testing in Go is More Than Just Passable

Testing is vital to any software project. Automated tests help improve confidence in code changes as you increase project velocity. Finding the right tools and libraries can be an arduous process. And, in most languages, adding testing means adding a pile of new dependencies to the project. But, have you ever tried the tools built right into the language? One of the beauty's of the Go programming language is that it is built with productivity in mind. The creators of the language have included many tools that make developers productive--including a robost testing framework. Come see how easy it is to get started with Go's testing library and see many of the features that will keep you using it in all your projects.

Speaker

Scott McAllister

Scott McAllister

Developer Advocate, PagerDuty