In Martin Fowler’s “famous” article about fluent interfaces, he talks about how it’s beneficial (when using strongly typed languages) to have the return type of your fluent method be flexible. We’ll be looking at this advanced fluent interface technique today. Read more
Tag: functional programming
I’ve started using ts-jest for a project at work and have really enjoyed it. It works great because you can write your tests in TypeScript and ts-jest will just compile on-the-fly then run your tests like you would expect. However, tests can easily become unreadable or harder-to-read (which isn’t limited to ts-jest, of course).
In order to make the tests more readable, I am creating generic functions that I can re-use in my test cases. Read more