tl;dr= Reference/starter project can be found at github.com/bguiz/front-end-js-testing
This is fairly easy to do if your test runner or framework
is also written in NodeJs -
all you have got to do is
require() the necessary modules in, …
I have been packaging them up using Cordova/ Phonegap. This works well for Android and iOS, but not so well for Windows; but thankfully Microsoft has released a HTML + JS offering which it calls WinJS, and is essentially a tool chain which does what Cordova/ Phonegap do, from Visual Studio, building Windows 10 UWP apps. (There are also Windows 8 UWPs, but I won’t go into that here.) …continue reading »
When you write a program, a lot of time is spent waiting for something. In fact, most programs spend most of their time idling, waiting for something to happen, and then burst into life in short spurts whenever things need to happen. The most common one is waiting for user input - for a user to type something into a form, or to press a button - but there are many other things that aren’t user-related that programs typically have to wait for: Reading or writing files to disk, …continue reading »
Let’s Encrypt is the new certificate authority in town, enabling developers to generate their own TLS certificates - which are necessary for running servers over HTTPS - and it just went into public beta a week or so ago.
By default it is all set up and ready to go for Apache servers. However, for other varieties of servers - NodeJs included - a little more leg work is involved. That’s what this post looks at. Parts of it are specific to NodeJs, with the remainder are applicable to any other platform. …continue reading »
“What are the levels of skill of a coder?”
The answers that I get, usually, were something along the lines of: “fresh grad, mid-level developer, and senior developer”, or “software developer, software engineer, and software architect”. My guess is that this is based upon what the companies they work for have structured their development teams around.
This is an easy means of classification, of course - …continue reading »
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