May 12, 2009

Updated JavaScript Unit Testing Presentation

I gave another presentation today on JavaScript Unit testing tools. This time I’ve advocated the use of HtmlUnit and Screw.Unit in combination. Screw.Unit is a JavaScript testing framework that’s great for unit tests, and HtmlUnit has arguably the best support for JavaScript libraries around. The two combined make it easy to incorporate JavaScript unit tests into an existing continuous integration environment.

Here’s the link.

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