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4 Ideas for Improving Testability in Web Apps

Here I share some of my programming tactics for achieving testability in Rails apps. The strategies include: Explanatory (not exploratory) dry runs, Backdoors, and Interface Hooks.

What follows is hackish… that’s a cue for the more squeamish and perfectionistic programmers out there to brace themselves...

https://www.jackkinsella.ie/articles/improving-testability-in-web-apps

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@Jack, please fix your certificate.

sorry about that. I’m working on it now– latest update of Chrome stopped trusting my CA!

fixed

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