Last updated on 3/6/20
Understand test-driven development
- Apply Red-Green-Refactor methodology
- Understand the Test Driven Development
What is Test Driven Development?
Adding tests to an application
Creating tests before the production code
Collaborating with the Quality Control team
Implementing the code based on user test feedback
What are the TDD objectives?Careful, there are several correct answers.
Encourage you to think through your code design
Create a healthy development environment
Keep you focused
Validate code automatically
Maintain high standards
Create reports for managers
What are the steps of the Red-Green-Refactor methodology?
First create a test that fails, then write production code to pass the test, then refactor both.
First create a production code, then write a test for it, then refactor both.
First create a production code and make sure it works without paying attention to the quality, then refactor to improve the quality.