It’s crunch time. The 11th hour. You and your team members are feverishly codin… wait, hmm, that’s a weird error…
Even if you don’t have a catastrophic unexpected loss, at some point you’ll be going through the reload-all-the-things exercise. And, for some developers, rebuilding your development environment is a multi-hour ordeal of installing software, coupled with days of configuration, tweaking, and fixing. If you’re currently browsing, downloading, and manually clicking through installer after installer while dodging unwanted toolbars — there’s a better way!
We’ll explore ideas and techniques for keeping your software and configuration continuously updated and rebuildable. With this, it’ll be a joy to upgrade your machine.
Angular 2 is released! With it comes new opportunities for brilliantly authored and well-tested applications! While tests don’t come free, they’re well worth the time and effort — especially for larger or long-lived codebases.
We’ll explore the full gamut of Angular 2 testing: What to test, how to test, classifications of tests, and the implications and tradeoffs for each of these decisions. Soon you’ll be ready to `npm test` Angular 2 projects with confidence — no Angular 1.x experience required!