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Learning jQuery - Fourth Edition by Karl Swedberg, Jonathan Chaffer

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Appendix B. Testing JavaScript with QUnit

Throughout this book we've written a lot of JavaScript code, and we've seen the many ways in which jQuery helps us write this code with relative ease. Yet whenever we've added a new feature, we've had to take the extra step of manually checking our web page to ensure that everything is working as expected. While this process may work for simple tasks, as projects grow in size and complexity, manual testing can become quite onerous. New requirements can introduce "regression bugs" that break parts of the script that previously worked well. It's far too easy to miss these bugs that don't specifically relate to the latest code changes because we naturally only test for what we've just done.

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