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Subsecond full-stack acceptance tests with Node.js (github.com)
29 points by aslakhellesoy 63 days ago | hide | past | web | favorite | 2 comments



Over the last few years I've found fast full stack tests to be invaluable in facilitating a rapid rate of development. I've yet to implement this approach but it sounds like the next logical step for me.

Disappointing to see you didn't use browser-monkey in your stack though :-(

https://github.com/featurist/browser-monkey


Browser-monkey is awesome, and for a real project I'd consider using it. I'd also use a virtual dom UI library like Vue, React, Hyperdom or similar.

For a teaching example I think it's essential to reduce the number of external libraries, or else it's too much to take in.




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