If you're subscribed to my newsletter than you know I have been working on a series of articles for my friends over at Vue Mastery for a little while now. The series is titled "A beginner's guide: Unit Testing in Vue" and has been broken into 3 parts. I am really excited to announce that the first article in this series is now live.
In this first post we take a look at why you should test, what you should test and more importantly what not to test. In this article you will learn:
- Why are we writing tests to begin with? What are the goals of testing?
- How to Identify what you should (and should NOT) be testing
- What are the different tools used to write these tests
A special thanks to Adam Jahr for the help in getting this article published. I also want to thank Vue Mastery and VueJS for these tweets.
Testing, testing... 🎙— Vue Mastery (@VueMastery) September 27, 2019
"Unit Testing in Vue" written by @therealdanvega is now available! 🎉 You can dive into what you should be testing in your @vuejs applications as well as the tools you will need to do so. 💡
Find it on our new blog page ⬇️https://t.co/mtDpxE1HXW
Looks like @VueMastery has a new blog and what better way to inaugurate it than with an article about unit testing by @therealdanvega. Good job!— Vue.js (@vuejs) September 27, 2019
How about an article about VueMastery's tech stack and development process? Or do you have some other ideas? https://t.co/3hH3QXRwVE