Appendix A. Design and testability
Changing the design of your code so that it’s more easily testable is a controversial issue for some developers. This appendix will cover the basic concepts and techniques for designing for testability. We’ll also look at the pros and cons of doing so and when it’s appropriate.
First, though, let’s consider why you would need to design for testability in the first place.
A.1. Why should I care about testability in my design?
The question is a legitimate one. In designing our software, we’re taught to think about what the software should accomplish, and what the results will be for the end user of the system. But tests against our software are yet another type of user. That user has strict demands for our ...
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