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· 8 min read
John Reilly

Anyone who reads my blog will know that I have been long in the habit of writing unit tests for my C# code. I'm cool like that. However, it took me a while to get up and running writing unit tests for my JavaScript code. I finally got there using a combination of Jasmine 2.0 and Chutzpah. (Jasmine being my test framework and Chutzpah being my test runner.)

· 13 min read
John Reilly

It started with nuns. Don't all good stories start that way? One of my (many) aunts is a Poor Clare nun. At some point in the distant past I was cajoled into putting together a simple website for her convent. This post is a walkthrough of how to migrate from AngularJS using JavaScript to AngularJS using TypeScript. It just so happens that the AngularJS app in question is the one that belongs to my mother's sister's convent.

· 3 min read
John Reilly

Do you like to separate out your unit tests from the project you are testing? I imagine so. My own practice when creating a new project in Visual Studio is to create a separate unit test project alongside whose responsibility is to house unit tests for that new project.