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JavaScript JavaScript Unit Testing Next Steps Testing Asynchronous Code

Anthony c
Anthony c
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So the main takeaway is the expectation moves into a callback?

So the main takeaway is the expectation moves into a callback + using done()?

Also, does this question have the wrong answer assigned as right?

The following test is failing right now with an Assertion Error: Expected undefined to be an object:

Lastly, great course! It seems near impossible to find a javascript job ad that doesn't expect you to be an expert in testing. The other thing that would be helpful is a course on general javascript design patterns.