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Karma - Spectacular Test Runner for Javascript

Wed, 04/15/2015 - 14:42 -- rprice

The main goal for Karma is to bring a productive testing environment to developers. The environment being one where they don't have to set up loads of configurations, but rather a place where developers can just write the code and get instant feedback from their tests. Because getting quick feedback is what makes you productive and creative.


Padlock |

Fri, 03/27/2015 - 11:43 -- rprice

The padlock module is designed to limit the functionality of Drupal forms by setting a validation error unless the form is allowed to be submitted in the module configuration. The module also provides a permission to bypass the padlock validation for roles with the elevated permission. Use Cases: Integration / Staging Sites / Training Sites Testing deployment scripts and processes. Allow the review of a form without the submission of the form. Locking specific forms without removing the entire permission set for that role.


Test Now! - Travis Integration for your Drupal Modules | Drupal Watchdog

Mon, 12/15/2014 - 15:02 -- rprice

Drupal 8 ready: drupal_ti supports both Drupal 7 and 8 modules. Use DRUPAL_TI_ENVIRONMENT="drupal-8" for your Drupal 8 modules. Tested: drupal_ti tests its own code base for both Drupal 7 and Drupal 8 modules. Modular architecture: drupal_ti has so called 'runners' and you can combine either e.g. "phpunit simpletest" or run them as separate workers by specifying a matrix. Environment aware: drupal_ti has a file for each environment, which makes the code generic for both Drupal 7 and 8.


Usability Report from the Drupal 7 UX Study at Google | Drupal Groups

Fri, 04/13/2012 - 08:22 -- rprice

We organized the usability issues into four different layers: conceptual, flow, terminology, and interface. In this document we explain what each of these means, and provide key examples and quotes from users. We also propose a quick and concise up-to-speed aid that welcomes users on a new Drupal installation.

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