qatsi (qatsi) wrote,

Book Review: Jasmine JavaScript Testing, by Paulo Ragonha
We seem to use a bewildering array of tools for testing JavaScript at work - possibly not very effectively - and this seemed like a good candidate to get some background on modern tools and techniques. In part the book succeeds; I found the first few chapters clear and interesting, but maybe about 2/3 of the way through, things started to shift rapidly and like A Brief History of Time for many, it lost its way. This may well be due to my lack of knowledge, at least in part, and doesn't detract from the usefulness of the first part of the book.
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