How we test 200k lines Ember application in <10 minutes. Again!by@mariokostelac
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How we test 200k lines Ember application in <10 minutes. Again!

by Mario Kostelac4mFebruary 15th, 2017
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The ability to ship the new version of your application fast has many advantages. Building a new feature is enjoyable — you can split it in more pieces and make sure each works and scales properly. When you’re refactoring, you can refactor a really small piece and test it out. Oops, you made a mistake?! No problem — you can apply a fix and ship it fast. Putting your code into production frequently changes how you work. Every mistake has a shorter (and smaller) impact so fear of mistakes become smaller. The easier it is to fix a mistake, the more eager developers are to change the app. It’s very simple — like drawing with a pen versus a pencil and an eraser! Which one is more suitable for <a href="https://hackernoon.com/tagged/learning" target="_blank">learning</a> how to draw?

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