Testing’s been on my mind quit a bit since I wrote A Baseline for Front-End Developers – testing was among one of many skill sets I identified as being key to being a productive and effective front-end developer these days. The resources on the web are surprisingly limited – one of the best is a post by Ben Cherry from way back in 2010 – and so I wasn’t surprised by the answers when I asked people what was making it hard for them to get started with testing. You can see the whole thread here, but the conversation broke down into a few high-level topics:
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