Publiziert am 31. Oct 2015 von Edi Spring
Q-Promises in Node
- How we stabilized our Node application with Q-Promises
- How to test code with promises
- Potential pitfalls and lessons learned
Standard way of testing of Angular JS 1.X app is using “official” Karma / Jasmine solution, which uses a lot of Angular specific APIs. Let’s explore how can we implement our unit-tests independently from Angular with help of (ES6) modules and Mocha.
How React and a Flux-based architecture can make your application code easier to reason about, and help provide a great developer experience.
After the talks there will be pizza and beer!