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The Optimal UnitTesting environment II

In the [last episode](http://agile42.com/cms/blog/2009/07/1/optimal-unittesting-environment/) I talked about the huge difference it makes to automate the execution of [unit tests](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unit_testing) on each file save.

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6 July 2009
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Scrum, Training
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browsers, qunit, unittesting

In the last episode I talked about the huge difference it makes to automate the execution of unit tests on each file save.

This is all great and good - if you have the luxury to work with a language which can be reached from the shell.

Since we work with lots of JavaScript in the development of Agilo for Scrum, we have a problem. Of course there are tools like Narwhal that make it much easier to also run JS from the shell, but its not the same, and also it's very hard to debug javascript in there if ...

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