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  1. Testing in Swift with Dependencies Testing against frameworks/libraries is tricky in Swift because we can’t just spy on dependencies and fake out the response. Here is how we test neatly in Swift 3. Categories:   Swift    Swift 3    Protocol    Testing   
  2. Headless UI Testing with Go, Agouti, and Chrome Acceptance tests for your UI are an excellent way to cover user functionality. Let’s see how to write a simple acceptance test in Go with Agouti and have it run headlessly in a CI environment with Chrome. Categories:   Testing    Go    Agouti    Chrome    UI Testing    UI   
  3. Faster Pipelines With Compiled BOSH Releases Compile once, deploy many times. Categories:   BOSH    Concourse    Testing   
  4. Testing JavaScript's native Promises A straightforward look at how to apply test-driven development to native JavaScript promises. Categories:   TDD    JavaScript    Promises    Testing   
  5. Faking OAuth2 Single Sign-on in Spring, Two Ways When your Java Spring web application depends on a third-party OAuth2 single sign-on service, tests can be slow, brittle, or difficult to control. I’ll describe two ways to address these issues by faking OAuth2 single sign-on in your tests. Categories:   Spring    Java    Testing   
  6. Running Tests in AWS Lambda Quickly and easily run your tests on AWS without the hassle of starting new EC2 instances. Categories:   AWS Lambda    Testing   
  7. "Some Blog Post" or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Like Red Junit Tests Tips and tricks for writing tests that fail well. What to mock, what to name your tests, and how to when. Categories:   Java    Testing