qc.js in the Wild

I was glad to see some Haskell folks using qc.js.

I’m most excited by this quote:

In the future, we will probably also start testing DOM and user interface related code; hopefully, that will work just as well.

I share that hope. That’s exactly where I’m hoping this line of development leads. Given that they are clearly smarter than I am, it could really happen.

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One Comment on “qc.js in the Wild”

  1. Steffen Says:

    Hi Darrin, I’ve been playing with qc.js too and added some modifications. I already left u a note on your reddit account, just in case your are interested. At the moment one can find my changes at: http://github.com/urso/js_quickcheck


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