Posts about software development written by Nick Pachulski
A vanity metric looks good on paper but doesn’t inform future strategies. It falsely increases confidence. Code coverage can be a vanity metric. 100% test coverage means that the test suite runs every line of production code. That doesn’t mean it exercises the code’s entire intent.
This post will only be helpful to you if you intend to use Joe Masilotti’s strategy for stubbing network data in your UI Tests. You will run into a problem when you try to set a key of app.launchEnvironment to a string with an equals sign in it.
Let’s test drive an even number function