When it comes to writing comprehensive tests we always need a sort of “data provider” necessary to execute the tests several times with a different input. The test methods (like
it) should be written, of course, just once.
This post describes a workaround to get the triple jQuery + JsTestDriver + Jasmine working inside JetBrains WebStorm to be able to perform tests from the IDE.
There are many issue tracking systems. In my humble opinion, JIRA (http://www.atlassian.com) is the most sophisticated one.
Recenty, I tried to integrate a new field into the structure af an issue. Here are my requirements:
- the content may appear inside of a select control
- the content is pulled every time when they insert a new issue or change the existing ones
- the content could be pretty large. Maybe 1000 items. The user should be able to filter.