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“Good” vs. “Good Enough”

Our PhantomJS smoke test can’t tell if a line has been drawn on the page because our lineSegments() code doesn’t look at the underlying DOM. What’s the best way to fix it? More importantly, what’s the best use of our time? We explore the question, fix the problem, and put a bow on our PhantomJS test integration. That ends the chapter.

  1. LL13PhantomJS and Front-End Smoke Testing

    Fri, 12 July ’13
  2. E94Unit Tests Aren’t Enough

    Wed, 1 May ’13
  3. E95PhantomJS

    Mon, 6 May ’13
  4. E96Smoke Test Infrastructure

    Wed, 8 May ’13
  5. E97Housekeeping

    Mon, 13 May ’13
  6. E98The SvgCanvas Class

    Wed, 15 May ’13
  7. E99Fixing Encapsulation

    Mon, 20 May ’13
  8. E100Fundamental Abstractions

    Wed, 22 May ’13
  9. E101“Good” vs. “Good Enough”

    Mon, 27 May ’13