Thanks to a generous Mozilla Open Source Support program grant, Intern has expanded its testing ecosystem to include new and robust sets of tools. Engineers can now easily write tests to benchmark sections of code, test for accessibility (a11y) support, and test for visual differences. Today we’ll show you how to use Intern’s Visual Regression plugin to test for visual changes using a simple web page.
Symbols are a new, unique, primitive type introduced in ECMAScript 6 (ES6). They were added to the language in order to solve the problem of extending the functionality of
One of the main benefits of working in TypeScript is that it lets developers use modern standards within their source code today. Tools like destructuring, rest and spread operations, and classes make it easier to define structures and work with data.
TypeScript also provides support for ES.Next Decorators, giving developers an important tool for defining frameworks and reusable structural patterns. Today we will explain what decorators are, how they can be used to improve your projects, and how to start using them in
Making a case
When developing for the web, it is a recommended best practice to always test your application during development with a web server. This is for two primary reasons. By running a web server, you can approximate a production environment similar to how your application will be served to your users. Also, browsers implement a same-origin policy that is different for quasi-protocols like
file://. Many of Dojo’s modules like
dojo/text, Dijit templates, and
dojox/gfx depend on loading files from the same origin.
- Using when(value) to always create a promise
- Passing callbacks to be applied directly to the value