Final Exam: Apprentice Programmer

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Final Exam: Apprentice Programmer will test your knowledge and application of the topics presented throughout the Apprentice Programmer track of the Skillsoft Aspire Web Programmer to Apprentice Programmer Journey.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • articulate features of the Adapter pattern
    compare and contrast the should and expect APIs in Chai
    compare numeric values in tests
    compare numeric values using Assert
    configure different reporters in Mocha
    configure fakes with specific behavior
    create an object to be used in test cases
    create stubs for object methods
    define design patterns
    define helper functions for the factory pattern
    describe features of the Prototype pattern
    describe how different data types can be tested using Should.js
    describe how event handling works on the browser
    describe the characteristics of the Command pattern
    describe the characteristics of the Iterator pattern
    describe the characteristics of the State pattern
    describe the Façade pattern
    describe the Factory and abstract factory patterns
    describe the key features of the constructor pattern
    describe the Mixin pattern
    describe the Module and Revealing Module patterns
    describe the principles of good design
    describe the Proxy pattern
    describe the use of sandboxes for testing
    determine whether objects are instances of other objects
    identify principles of good design
    illustrate inefficient memory usage for granular objects
    implement private functions with the Module pattern
    implement private variables with the Module pattern
    implement publishers and subscribers
  • implement the Builder pattern
    implement the Iterator mixin
    implement the Prototype pattern
    install and configure the Mocha testing environment
    install Mocha and Sinon on your local machine
    install the Chai library on your local machine
    install the Unit.js assertion library
    perform asynchronous tests using fakes with promises
    perform pattern matching and substring checks using Should.js
    prepare Mocha tests to run within a browser
    recall characteristics of the Builder pattern
    recall the basic principles of the Singleton pattern
    recall the characteristics of the Composite pattern
    recall the characteristics of the Flyweight pattern
    recall the characteristics of the Mediator pattern
    recall the different styles that can be used with the Should.js API
    recall the key characteristics of the Observer pattern
    recall the principles of the Decorator pattern
    recognize the use of the beforeEach() and afterEach() hooks in tests
    run basic assertions using Must.js
    run Mocha tests in a browser
    set up helpers for the Decorator pattern
    set up the Mediator as a workflow object
    use assertions to test boolean values
    use fakes to record function invocations
    use Mixins in the Underscore.js library
    use Object.create() and new Object() to create objects
    use sandboxes to simplify testing
    use the literal object notation to construct objects
    work with arrays and array elements

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