Testing my code

Most of my work day I fix issues on websites. Sometimes huge ones with some complexity, most times minor fixes and upgrades. However, I do take pride in creating code which lasts and works, even when the user does something unexpected. So I test. And I test a lot.

There are many tools available to help you write tests both smarter and faster. One is the small library htmls, created by Espen A. Kristiansen and released under under a BSD3-clause. Here I can check if css-classes are included in a template. I can count the css-class, get the text of the html or their attributes.

Test that only child with active status is shown on webpage

By using the hmtls library my code quality significantly increases and it make me certain that the new code I add to a project doesn’t mess up existing code written by one of my colleagues.

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