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R&D Blog: angular unit testing performance

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Jeffrey Wolff |April 24, 2018|Read time: 0 min

There are plenty of testing frameworks and tools available for JavaScript applications nowadays: Jasmine, Mocha, Chai, Karma, Wallaby, you name it. Some of them are more hyped and popular than others, like Jest, but at the end of the day, we all have to decide which testing stack we are going to use for our project. This is not an easy question by itself, but it gets especially complicated when we are talking about already existing enterprise applications.

In this blog, our Senior Full-Stack developer Nikita Yakovenko, shows what we use at ZyLAB to achieve a decent execution speed of our tests for our angular application by using just good old Jasmine and Karma (default angular test setup). Read more.

Jeffrey Wolff
Jeffrey Wolff is a Certified E-Discovery Specialist who joined ZyLAB in May 2015 and serves as Director of E-Discovery Solutions. He brought with him over 20 years of experience in Information Systems and enterprise software. He has been involved in solution architecture, design, and implementation for major projects within the Department of Defense and Fortune 1000 corporations. Prior to joining ZyLAB, Jeffrey held senior positions within firms specializing in Microsoft SharePoint and enterprise search solutions, so he has vast technical knowledge in the fundamentals of information management and eDiscovery.

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