Webinar Recording: “React+TypeScript+TDD in PyCharm”
The recording is now available. As a programming note, I’m giving this webinar next week for IntelliJ IDEA and in November for Rider. But I also plan to do a second part for PyCharm next month, as we only covered half of the tutorial material.
What We Covered
This session was particularly enjoyable with its focus on staying in “the flow”, using both TDD and type information to “fail faster”, and letting the IDE do your janitorial work for you.
- 5m10s: Project Setup
- 11m56s: Project Cleanup
- 24m16s: Testing
- 35m24s: Debugging During Testing
- 53m26s: Debugging with Chrome
- 55m23s: TSX and ES6
This is a departure from our normal format: all material published in advance (including narrated videos), repeating the same webinar topic across multiple topics, and splitting into two parts. It’s also less a survey-oriented webinar and more of a deep-dive tutorial-is webinar, from both the aspect of focusing on technologies and driving the IDE for those technologies.
Let us know what you think! Would you like more of these? Shorter and in more parts?
I say this because I’m wrapping up a similar multi-part “Visual Testing with pytest” tutorial and I’d like some kind of multi-webinar approach, if it’s considered valuable.
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