Don't Forget To Unit Test Your CSS!


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Drew McLellan at 20:40 on 11 Oct 2017

Really interesting! Thanks

Interesting to hear about a new tool, really good that you showed what it's capable of doing with visual results

Mike Oram at 20:48 on 11 Oct 2017

Great info about a new tool, good examples and clearly explained

Craig Potter at 20:49 on 11 Oct 2017

Nice talk.
Would of liked to see some more real examples of the add on scripts running before page load. Clicks, hovers etc

Delivered on an intriguing title. Useful tool to know about.

Potentially a very helpful tool and well presented. More details of practical issues and limitations would be interesting to me (a second session?).

Peter Fisher at 23:50 on 11 Oct 2017

very interesting tool. unfortunately with design we cannot remove the human interaction. im glad you made the point about the false positives. it would be interesting to see what other companies do and/or how the BBC implement this in their deployment pipeline

Adam Evans at 11:45 on 12 Oct 2017

This was an interesting topic and potentially a useful tool. I would have like to see a run through on a live example. It’s a shame that you cannot mask the page to ignore bits you know will change. However I can see the benefits.