Mocha is a JavaScript testing framework that, along with the Chai library, allows the test writer to test code using Node.js and have expected outcomes in order to pass the test.

So far, I have covered how to use Selenium Web-Driver to automate usage of a web application on Chrome…

I was recently tasked with creating automated testing for a web application. The only experience I had with testing was the practice of using test driven development to pass labs for Flatiron School’s Software Engineering course. With Flatiron testing my code directly using rspec for ruby and mocha for javascript…

As of the day this blog post is released, I have only been coding for about five and a half months. Even so, I have heard countless warnings that rails does not scale well. I have limited experience with languages other than Ruby, so I can not speak to how…

This blog POST coincides with my second project for The Flatiron School. The project was to make a Sinatra web application that utilized an MVC (Model, View, Controller) architecture to create, read, update, and delete information. The data is able to persist on the server between visits to the web…

(Note: I was not able to hide my API key with dotenv as I would have liked. I have come to the conclusion that in the early days of macOS Big Sur, dotenv is not yet compatible.)

I built my first CLI program from scratch with Ruby. It allows users…

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