True is a library to provide unit testing for Sass. Today we are taking a brief look at how it works and how it can be incorporated into a project. While this won’t necessarily be something that you use on every project it is helpful if you are building a framework or set of standardized […]
I recently saw a post from Hmphry about Useful Sass Snippets in Sass News. I thought it had some really neat ideas in it and I wanted to take a closer look at his bit on Colors. Colors Color management has been a nagging itch for quite a while. I find that the designs I […]
Popular screen resolutions from http://www.w3counter.com/globalstats.php Responsive design testing is critical when you’re building a responsive site. However, this testing takes a lot of effort due to the large number of devices and resolutions. Today we’re going to take a brief look at some techniques you can use to make this easier.
http://blog.smartbear.com/testing/get-ready-for-tx-tester-experience/ Puts TX (Tester Experience) on the same level as UX and DX (Developer Experience). Making it easier for testers to do their job and making them a core part of the entire initiative (including requirements and design) makes for better test results and a better product.
When testing an integration with third party APIs it’s easy for tests to slow down and you might even start running into rate limits. The solution here is to use a gem like VCR (https://github.com/vcr/vcr) to cache the result of the API calls and replay them for subsequent tests. This is a good approach and […]