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What Are Some Best Practices For Learning Code
2 projects | /r/learnprogramming | 17 Feb 2021
i'm looking forward to finalizing my libraries for testing cynic, building api's renraku, generating import maps importly, and embedding shopify stores shopper
What are some alternatives?
TNG - 📝 [Snippets] Typescript - Next.js/Nestjs - GraphQL
graphql-ssg - GraphQL data based Static Site Generator.
laziness - Laziness is a set of tools for a better developer experience.
oletus - Minimal ECMAScript Module test runner
mock-inspect - Mocks network requests and allows you to make assertions about how these requests happened. Supports auto-mocking of graphQL requests given a valid schema.
jspython-cli - Command Line Interface to run JSPython (jspy) programs
tdm - tdm (short for Test Data Management) is an open-source library to help you manage your test data. You can think of it as a Terraform for Test Data: You define the state your test data should be in, and TDM interfaces with your data stores (e.g. your own APIs and/or third-party APIs) to get things into that desired state.
jest-api-test-typescript-example - An example repository which provides the necessary boilerplate for a reusable and maintainable jest test framework
pastesafe - open encryption web app
mockttp - Powerful friendly HTTP mock server & proxy library
mongodb-memory-server - Spinning up mongod in memory for fast tests. If you run tests in parallel this lib helps to spin up dedicated mongodb servers for every test file in MacOS, *nix, Windows or CI environments (in most cases with zero-config).