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Testing Angular Applications exists to help developers better understand one of the trickier parts of using the power of Google’s Angular framework: writing testable, reliable code. Angular departs wildly from the earlier AngularJS framework, introducing developers to a slew of new concepts not familiar from AngularJS or any other JavaScript framework. Writing unit tests and end-to-end tests requires a deeper knowledge of Angular than even the most heroic of tutorials can convey. Angular written for production should be backed by a set of reliable and useful tests, and with this book, we equip the reader with the knowledge to deliver those tests.

Who should read this book

Whether you’re an experienced developer contributing to an enterprise-scale Angular application or new to Angular and hoping to gain a deeper understanding of the framework, this book will help you understand the fundamentals of writing testable code. Angular is evolving at a rapid pace, faster than the official documentation can match. Supplemental material such as this book goes beyond the online documentation by providing step-by-step examples that explain not only the how but also the whys of unit testing in Angular. This book assumes a comfortable knowledge of JavaScript and some knowledge of TypeScript, a superset of JavaScript that adds a variety of new language features.

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