Master Test-Driven Development in Node.js

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Keeping it real, with real-life TDD examples

  • Last Updated Jan 2018
  • 1 Video Lessons
  • 1 hours 9 minutes
  • 795 Happy Students

About the course

Most Node developers are familiar with Test-Driven Development (TDD), but testing in Node can be a challenge. There are a variety of testing tools and frameworks available, but learning how to choose the ones you need and employ them with a TDD mindset is an entirely separate issue.

This course will teach you how to conduct unit testing in Node.js, using a TDD approach. You’ll be able to follow along through practical, real-life examples of test driven development, using a variety of testing frameworks, such as Mocha, Chai, Nock, Sinon, Lab, and Tape. These examples will provide you with hands-on experience with each framework, allowing you to use this course to choose the framework(s) that you need for your own project.

Using these testing frameworks along with your Node.js applications will result in well-tested, robust code, ready to survive in production. Whether you’re an old pro with unit tests and test driven development, or if it’s a brand-new idea, you’ll surely find something in this course that will spark your interest and improve your Node tests!

For a concise introduction to Node, check out Node.js: An Introduction. This is a guided course into Node.js for beginners. If you’re past that stage, head on over to Responsive Web Development which builds a front-end development workflow using Node.js to create a responsive website.

  • Last Updated Jan 2018
  • 1 Video Lessons
  • 1 hours 9 minutes
  • 795 Happy Students

Courses Outline

Lesson 1: Unit Testing and TDD in Node.js
Free
Your First Test with Mocha
8:17
BDD Assertions with Chai.js
8:16
Asynchronous Tests and Testing HTTP Requests with Nock
11:32
Test Doubles with Sinon.js
14:45
Testing with Lab
17:10
Testing with Tape
9:52
  • Last Updated Jan 2018
  • 1 Video Lessons
  • 1 hours 9 minutes
  • 795 Happy Students