Enhance your testing skills to build powerful and fault-free applications in Angular v4
About This Book
- Improve your Karma and Protractor expertise by setting up an Angular test suite
- A wide range of testing techniques for professional Angular applications accompanied by practical examples
What You Will Learn
- Get an overview of Karma and create test suites for an Angular application
- Install and configure Protractor for Angular and explore a few important Protractor APIs
- Understand automated testing and implement headless automated tests with Karma
- Implement testing techniques with mocks, broadcast events, and asynchronous behavior
- Integrate REST-based services and APIs into an application to extract data
- Automate Karma unit tests with Travis CI
This is a complete guide that shows you testing techniques with Karma that will help you perform unit testing and end-to-end testing with Protractor. It will show you how to optimize your Angular development process using TDD techniques and ensure your final project is free of bugs. All examples in this book are based on Angular v2 and are compatible with Angular v4.
Building on the initial foundational aspects, we move on to testing for multiple classes, partial views, location references, CSS, and the HTML element. In addition, we will explore how to use a headless browser with Karma. We will also configure a Karma file to automate the testing and tackle elements of Angular (components, services, classes, and broadcasting) using TDD.
Finally, you will find out how to pull data using an external API, set up and configure Protractor to use a standalone Selenium server, and set up Travis CI and Karma to test your application.
Style and approach
This book is a complete guide to Angular unit testing techniques using Karma and performing end-to-end testing with Protractor.
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About the Author
Ziaul Haq started his career in 2005 as a software developer, and in his 10-year career journey, he has worked with various software development hubs and start-ups, including UNICEF in different countries as a web consultant. He just completed his MS in computer science from United International University.