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Setup of Development Environment:
- How to Unit Test Custom Exceptions with QUnit
- Testing Controls
- Isolated Integration Tests
- How to improve the testability of a SAPUI5 app
- Obsolete is replaced by OPA: How to test against SAPUI5 views in a non-fragile way
- Kind of Obsolete is replaced by MockServer: How to replace an ODataModel by a JSON Model
- SAPUI5 Mock Server: Replace OData with a TestDouble
Awesome idea for a blog series. Well done!
One thing I've always thought about sapui5 development is why have sap chosen to use eclipse. Just seems an unusual way to do it when there are fantastic other editors out there that in my opinion are much more suited to the task. Personally I use sublime text 2 and regardless of my local web server I can have realtime updating on save... Can swap between multiple sapui5 versions easily... It all just seems harder via eclipse.
You could of course say that sap are standardising the development envuronment across all their technologies... But so far that's not really working as I need about 4 versions of eclipse: HANA studio, nwds, 64bit Kepler for HANA cloud; 32bit Kepler for ABAP and so on. 😉
Anyway - enough whinging - im looking forward to this series. 😉
Finally, lot's of useful information to questions i had myself 🙂 well done