Test-Driven Development for React / Redux in an Isomorphic Application – Teaching a TDD Approach for Ray Acta / Ridarx in an Isorphic Program
The need for building highly performance and maintainable user interfaces is now more than ever. React, a library designed and developed by Facebook, can solve many of the current problems users face today, including poor browsers performance while handling dynamic interactions with high loads of data. React also solves a lot of challenges for front-end developers. Due to its popularity, other supporting frameworks such as Redux came into the picture to make apps more predictable, testable and easier to debug. However, they come with a different approach to front-end development and testing.
Testability is key to maintaining the quality of any application while building confidence in the code as developers refactor their work. Writing proper tests can be a lengthy process, especially for newer frameworks such as React / Redux. Test-Driven Development for React / Redux in an Isomorphic Application LiveLessons quickly gets you up-to-speed on when to build isomorphic applications, how to effectively test your React and Redux code, and how to confidently refactor the code while ensuring that business functionality is maintained.
Table of Contents:
Lesson 1: Isomorphic Applications
– Lesson 2: React / Redux Overview
– Lesson 3: TDD with React / Redux – Simple Components
– Lesson 4: TDD with React / Redux – Async Operations
Lecturer: Hany Elemary
Level of training: Advanced
Training Time: 2 hours + 42 minutes
File Size: 1580 MB