Found testing automation tool called Cypress for use with end-to-end (acceptance/user) testing. Tagged as `Fast, easy and reliable testing for anything that runs in a browser`. Having used, abused, cursed at,… Read MoreFirst impressions of Cypress; one word: amazing. »
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This image was shared in the Suncoast Developers Guild slack group yesterday. I found it an interesting visualization of the practices and operational patterns that are leveraged to enable a… Read MoreContinue of Practices as it relates to release cadence. »
Tutorial: Using Docker_Puppeteer_Jest to execute a headless Chrome End-to-End (user/acceptance) testing suites.
The problem: We know that unit testing is an essential part of software engineering (at least we should all know that). Integration testing assure us that all the pieces work… Read MoreTutorial: Using Docker_Puppeteer_Jest to execute a headless Chrome End-to-End (user/acceptance) testing suites. »
About a year ago myself and @ibotpeaces sat down for a couple hours to to put together a docker images with headless Chrome that we could use for End-to-End (user… Read MoreRun your End-to-End tests using headless Chrome; Docker_Puppeteer_Jest Docker Image is announced! »
Eric Elliott wrote on Medium about the fear of change and how to build high velocity development teams. If you read nothing else this week. Read there article here.
Today I got to a change request that read something to the order of ‘move all this code from place X, the new namespace Y. By the way, it is… Read MoreA prime example of why automated testing works… »
…specifically the Yii2: ORM and DB module and transactions. The Yii2 $I->seeRecord() & related methods do NOT use the same connection ID as the DB module. So doing actions such… Read MorePSA: Do not use Codeception DB and Yii2 modules together… »
Using Codeception for Acceptance testing Tuesday, May 30, 2017, 6:30 PM Sourcetoad’s new location2901 W Busch Blvd #1018 Tampa, FL 9 Members Went David Eddy will present “Using Codeception for… Read MoreShameless Self Promotion: Presenting during Tampa Bay PHP’s May meetup! »