Quick overview of E2E testing in Angular

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This article assumes that you use the angular-cli, and have basic knowledge on how it works.

What is End-to-End testing?

While unit tests helps you find bugs, there are some things that won’t be noticeable at this level. That is where e2e or integration tests comes in, where you automate a user using your application in one or more browsers.

As our applications grow in size, testing the correctness of the  UI (user interface) manually becomes unrealistic and tedious. It also helps you find out if certain parts of the UI, stops working as expected. Continue reading “Quick overview of E2E testing in Angular”

WYSIWYG editor for Angular 2+

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So I came across this library while looking for a minimal WYSIWYG editor (What you see is what you get) for a customers Angular project.

The library is called MediumEditor. It is under the MIT license (free), and was not too much of a hassle setting up.

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