js-assesment Archive

Once in a while, you stumble upon a JavaScript tool that is so awesome that it blows your mind. While I was reading through Rebecca Murphey’s blog I found JS-Assessment. What it actually is is “a test-driven approach to assessing JavaScript skills”. In essence it is a bunch of tasks which have tests written for them and you have to come up with functions to pass the tests. Does not seem very extraordinary when you put it like that. However, consider the fact that the whole thing is written in JavaScript! As described in the JS-Assessment GIT Hub page the software underneath the project consists of  “RequireJS for dependency management and Mocha and expect.js for the tests themselves.” And everything runs inside a node.js server

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