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Test driven CSS

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Jakob Løkke Madsen

on 8 October 2013

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TDCSS
Test-driven CSS development
Flat files - no serverside dependencies
Good ones
https://github.com/adactio/Pattern-Primer
An efficient way to work
Define the problem before solving it
Refactoring
Make code reusable
TDD
CSS Styleguides
What we need ...
How?
Test-driven development
Solid code reduces uncertainty
Test coverage lets you improve and refactor existing code
Improve design
Reduce the amount of code
We could really use this in CSS!
Test suite
Unit tests
Styleguide
UI elements
TDD
"TDCSS"
https://gimmebar.com/collection/4ecd439c2f0aaad734000022/front-end-styleguides
http://jacobrask.github.com/styledocco/
PHP
Node.js
"Your development environment must provide rapid response to small changes"
- Kent Beck
Works instantly with browser refresh
Minimal bloat in test suite.
https://github.com/jakobloekke/tdcss.js
Jakob Løkke Madsen
http://www.jakobloekkemadsen.com
Demo time!
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