06 May '13, 4am

#SenchaTouch BDD - Part 3 - Testing Views and Mocking Stores by @pivotallabs

There’s an old MVC mantra: “Fat models, skinny controllers and stupid views.” We don’t want complex logic in our views; that makes them hard to maintain. We don’t want any business logic in our controllers, either. That’s why we have models. Views should be so simple that they don’t require tests. There is a gray area with Sencha, however, where we found testing to be useful in our design process. It has to do with how views interact with stores.

Full article: http://pivotallabs.com/sencha-touch-bdd-part-3/

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