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May 12, 2021 ⋅ 6 min read

JavaScript testing: 9 best practices to learn

Michiel Mulders Michiel loves the Node.js and Go programming languages. A backend/core blockchain developer and avid writer, he's very passionate about blockchain technology.

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One Reply to "JavaScript testing: 9 best practices to learn"

  1. Using Faker or random test data is a bad idea. Your tests should be repeatable and deterministic.

    If a test fails because of the data (perhaps you forgot to escape apostrophes and Faker gave you an Irish surname like O’Neill), when you run the test again to debug the code, you won’t have the same data and the test may pass.

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