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comment JavaScript…what to unit test
Regarding the section "Semi-Agreed on the DOM Interface". Yeah, I mean, as you're running the tests you would needed a dedicated DOM section to perform operations, it's just crazy impossible. Makes unit testing which should be easy next to impossible.
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comment JavaScript…what to unit test
Regarding the section "Why not Ajax?" there are only 2 callback functions that can be invoked: success or error. You should delegate the success data or the error to the appropriate methods in the logic layer and test there. So I don't agree that you should put code into the AJAX success and/or error callback functions.
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answered What should be tested in Javascript?