One important capability in our QA strategy is to run smoke tests against remote service endpoints, to check that they are healthy. In this article, we share our approach, walking you through some examples.
Meetup: Confident Angular testing and insights into Ivy
1st Talk: The Future of Angular with Ivy (45 min)
Ivy is primarily associated with smaller bundles and therefore better performance. However, Ivy has much more to offer, and many smart concepts provide the foundation for some much-anticipated future features.
Find out how Ivy’s potential can impact your future architecture. We use a case study to explore a possible future without NgModules (standalone components), the use of dynamic components or higher-order components, zone-less change detection, and new possibilities for lazy loading.
In the end, you understand Ivy’s potential and how to start preparing for it today.
2nd Talk: Confident Angular Testing - It’s not about pain, it’s about confidence (45 min)
E2E Testing and Component Testing is a highly discussed topic in our community of developers. Though it’s not the most beloved one. Sometimes we just write tests because we are told to do so, and then we most likely feel the pain of testing. Do you know the pain of testing? Do you know the pain of no testing?
In this talk we want to ease these pains for you and motivate you by telling you the journey of testing our Angular applications at AURENA Tech.
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Until recently our engineering team was exclusively using Gitlab shared runners for our CI/CD pipelines. While they did (and partly still do) get the job done, recent outages have made us aware of how critical functioning CI/CD is to us in our day-to-day work.
QA is a cornerstone to ship reliably working products that exceed user expectations. Tatjana is going to build up our competence center to bring quality assurance at AURENA Tech to the next level.
If you are interested in the difference between IaC tools, check out our comparison of AWS CDK and HashiCorp Terraform.
To accelerate the expansion course, AURENA is bringing the recruiting and IT specialist Matt Pearce from Great Britain into the team.