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Unit Testing and why it should be usedBy Anonymous, on Sunday 11th October 2015. Categorised in web-dev. (Read on Blogger)
What is Unit Testing?Unit testing is where the program is broken down into a series of units, or functions, or areas - each of these is tested individually/standalone in a lot of detail. This allows us to check that each function works as it should. ....
Coverage testing in Node.js with IstanbulBy Anonymous, on Sunday 4th October 2015. Categorised in web-dev. (Read on Blogger)
What is Coverage Testing?Coverage testing determines what proportion of your source code is covered by your tests. It's useful to be able to check this as your developing/writing tests/testing so that you can aim as close as possible for 100%How do I use Coverage Testing in my Node. ....
Setting up a unit testing environment in Node.jsBy Anonymous, on Sunday 27th September 2015. Categorised in web-dev. (Read on Blogger)
Introduction to Test Driven DevelopmentBy Anonymous, on Sunday 20th September 2015. Categorised in web-dev. (Read on Blogger)
First off, what do tests provide us with?Documentation codeCatch future errorsLong-term time savings - because errors have been found before anythings been deployed to productionAlthough all the above are true, using tests like this is just a tool - not a process. ....
How to write a gulpfileBy Anonymous, on Sunday 13th September 2015. Categorised in web-dev. (Read on Blogger)
Setting up a new project and getting it ready for GulpGulp is simple to set up. Presuming you have Node. js already installed:In the command line, navigate into the root of your project working directoryInstall Gulp with npm install gulp --save-dev what this will do will add gulp into your node_modules folder. ....
Introduction to automating your tasks with the gulp.js build toolBy Anonymous, on Sunday 6th September 2015. Categorised in web-dev. (Read on Blogger)
What is Gulp?Gulp. js is a streaming build system built on Node. js. This basically means that it can be configured to perform repetitive tasks and coding operations automatically during development. For example it can compile all your coffee script whenever your file changes, or it can minify your CSS, or maybe synchronize all your development browsers and constantly refresh them on file change. ....
Polymer and Moder Web API'sBy Anonymous, on Wednesday 24th June 2015. Categorised in web-dev. (Read on Blogger)
Polymer is part of the web platform team, and it officially began 3 years ago - but last week Google announced that 1. 0 has been released, and ready for production. Previously building web apps across multiple platforms and form factors was really challenging, different components are not always designed to work together - the answer to this is web components. ....
Introduction to react.jsBy Anonymous, on Monday 25th May 2015. Categorised in web-dev. (Read on Blogger)
How to create a web service to send emails for you Android, iOS or web applicationBy Anonymous, on Monday 25th May 2015. Categorised in web-dev. (Read on Blogger)
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Sentiment analysis on real-time Twitter data, either by loactaion or topic, and visually displayed with a servies of dynamic D3.js charts
2-player iPhone remake of the traditional Japanese board game, Hasami Shogi. Written in Swift.
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Hey! I'm Alicia, a software engineer based in London, UK.
I love all-things-code, and my favourite pastime is developing open source applications. I'm always looking for new technologies to learn, and to find better ways of developing.
This blog is a collection of articles about new tech, specific tutorials, event and product reviews as well as a few posts on random topics and things I've been up to.
When I'm not coding, I enjoy sports, socialising, chilling and thinking about code! I am a Christian, and a lot of the work I do is done with Jesus in mind. I am always happy to work for free or cost price on charitable or Christian projects.
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Since not much in my life is particularly interesting (lol), the blog is mainly used for articles about coding and tech, as well as a few tutorials and reviews.