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Ext JS Application Development Blueprints by Colin Ramsay

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Testing tool time with Jasmine

Enough theory! Let's get our hands dirty with some practical examples using the Alcohology app from Chapter 9, A Shopping Application. First, we'll drill down into the guts of the application and build a unit test for some of the key business functionality. Then, we'll jump up to a high-level view and check whether our building blocks integrate correctly.

There are a wealth of tools we can use for both. The Ext JS framework has begun to build a set of unit tests to verify its behavior and cut out regressions in core functionality. To do so, Sencha has chosen the Jasmine library.

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Sencha has hinted that there'll be a big announcement surrounding testing alongside SenchaCon 2015. Given that they're already using Jasmine, ...

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