Testing

Eric Hogue on September 3rd, 2012

A few months ago, I wrote about continuous testing. When I wrote that post, I was using watchr to run my tests. A few weeks ago, I started using Guard instead of watchr and I wouldn’t go back. Reasons to Change One of the problems I had with watchr, is that it did not see […]

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Eric Hogue on April 9th, 2012

Continuous testing is a way to automate the execution of your tests while you work. This makes the feedback loop very short. As soon as you save a file, the tests are run and you know right away if anything fails. Autotest I discovered continuous testing over a year ago when I watched a video […]

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