Testing your JavaScript code base

A session at CopenhagenJS — June 2013

Unit testing JavaScript is still a relatively new practice for many web developers, and testing the UI of a complex Single Page Application is not trivial either. At the same time, we're putting more and more JavaScript code and logic on the client side, so testing has become more and more crucial. I will share my experiences setting up a test suite for a large JavaScript code base, both from a unit test perspective but also involving functional UI testing. I will show how we can use tools like PhantomJS to automate our testing and make our lives as frontend developers much more pleasant.

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Mats Bryntse

I make JavaScript Gantt charts and a functional/unit testing tool called Siesta. Ext JS and Sencha Touch all day every day.

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Date Tue 4th June 2013

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