Angular provides a dependable structure for MVVM component architecture and allows Engineers to get up and running quickly. Unfortunately, though Angular does come with a test-runner set up, it leaves most of the remaining decisions about testing at the door. Additionally, Angular’s compilation step can complicate how tests have to be initialized. During this talk, I’ll be taking a look at my experience with TestBed and discuss techniques I’ve refined to abstract some of these patterns to make testing in Angular a little easier, as well as point out some anti-patterns I’ve encountered which have made testing more difficult.
This talk will be presented by Rob Hameetman, Software Engineer @ The Graide Network (https://www.thegraidenetwork.com/)